Sister of missing Thailand activist call for answers

The sister of the missing Thai political activist who suddenly disappeared in Phnom Penh about a year ago has been calling for the authorities to give her answers after having 12 months pass by without any progress in the case.

Wanchalearm Satsaksit who was in the wanted list of the Thai police for being behind the acerbic anti-government Facebook page has been dragged into a car in broad daylight while he was in the Cambodian capital.

No trace of him have been found since then and yesterday, Sitanun Satsaksit who was his sister personally went to the justice ministry in Bangkok to hand documents where she demands a proper investigation regarding his brother’s case.

She told the reporters that she came to the Ministry of Justice to ask them of any progress made about the case after a year.

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