Thai king's son urges open discussion of royal insult law

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The Thai king’s son has called for open discussion of the country’s tough laws against insulting the royal family, a sensitive topic that has seen hundreds of people prosecuted in recent years.

Vacharaesorn Vivacharawongse, the second son of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, made the comments after visiting an exhibition in New York highlighting people prosecuted under the strict Thai royal defamation legislation.

The law — often referred to as 112 after the relevant section of the criminal code — shields the king and his close family from almost all…

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