Constitutional Court website reportedly hacked


The Constitutional Court website appeared to be hacked on Thursday: instead of displaying information, the web page featured a video clip of what looked like a foreigner yelling in a vehicle with his hands on his head.

The Nation news team will keep you posted if there are any further updates.

The incident on the website happened after the Constitutional Court on Wednesday banned pro-democracy leaders Arnon Nampa, Panupong “Mike” Jadnok and Panassaya “Rung” Sitthichirawatanakul from ever seeking monarchy reforms.

(Related story: Court bans pro-democracy leaders from calling for monarchy reforms)


Constitutional Court website reportedly hacked

The Constitutional Court considered that the move by the respondents was an act with the intent to expressly destroy the monarchy and was a call for public attacks on institutions that violated the rights and liberties of other people.

The Nation Thailand is closely following the issue and will provide readers with updates as and when these come in.

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