Prachatai: Army summons 18 newspaper editors for ‘chat’

Thai Army general Prayuth Chan-ocha. Photo: Pornchai Kittiwongsakul / AFP

The “National Council for Peace and Order” (NCPO) has summoned the editors of 18 of Thailand’s biggest newspapers for a “chat” today at 2pm at the Thai Army Club on Vbhavadee Rangsit Road, according to Prachatai.

The 18 newspapers include Thairath, the largest overall paper in the country by circulation, and the Bangkok Post, the largest English language paper. The Nation, Thailand’s second biggest English language paper, is not on the list.

The entire list, according to a Facebook message from Bangkok Post reporter Wassana Nanuam, is below:

1 Krungthepturakij (Bangkok Biz News)

2 Khaosod

3 Kom Chad Luek

4 Daily News

5 Thairath

6 Thaipost

7 Neawnaa

8 Ban Muang

9 Bangkok Post

10 Bangkok Today

11 Prachachat Turakit

12 ASTV-Manager

13 Pim  Thai

14 Than Setthakit

15 Post Today

16 Matichon

17 Lok Wanni (World Today)

18 Siam Rath


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