Thapanee Eadsrichai, a reporter who joined the discussion on Saturday at the 14 October '73 Memorial auditorium, said the House of Representatives had allowed people to talk about thorny social and political issues more now than in the period during the coup, which is very important because when the government is pressured by society on a particular issue, they should respond instead of keeping quiet.
Singer Pachara Thammon said people seemed to be more aware of the abduction of political activists than before, which was a good sign.
Writer and documentary producer Wannasingh Prasertkul said public figures or celebrities should not be forced to speak on the matter of Wanchalearm’s disappearance since some of them did not have full knowledge of the incident and they should talk about the issue of their own free will.
Published : June 15, 2020
By : The Nation