We Want Democracy! - Thailand after the Coup
In May 2014, following months of political unrest, Thailand's armed forces overthrew the civilian government -- and have ruled the country ever since. The new military leaders promised free elections soon, and a return to democracy. But now, nearly two years after the coup, they have yet to make good on that pledge. Some student activists continue to protest against the military dictatorship -- despite the fact that they could be arrested. One of them is Ja New -- a 23-year-old student. His "New Democracy Movement" organises demonstrations against the junta -- including one directed specifically against alleged corruption linked to the construction of a theme-park that honors Thailand's monarchy.