National Human Rights Commission (Thailand)
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The National Human Rights Commission of Thailand (Abrv: NHRCT; Thai: คณะกรรมการสิทธิมนุษยชนแห่งชาติ, RTGS: Khana Kammakan Sitthi Manutsayachon Haeng Chat) was established on 13 July 2001 as a national human rights institution. The seven member commission has been unable to meet for want of a quorum since 30 July 2019, when two commissioners resigned, stating that they could "no longer perform their duties independently and effectively due to restrictive regulations and a hostile and toxic environment."
Khana Kammakan Sitthi Manutsayachon Haeng Chat
|Formed||13 July 2001 (2001-07-13)|
|Annual budget||211.3 million baht (FY2019)|