Joint Letter to the ASEAN Member States Regarding Cambodia’s Political Instability

For Immediate Release April 25, 2018 For the PDF copy of the letter, please click link: Joint Letter on Cambodia's Political Instability Bangkok, Thailand – On the occasion of the 32nd Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit, seven international non-government organizations wrote a letter to H.E. Dr. Vivian Balakrishan, Foreign Minister

TACDB Expresses Its Severe Disappointment in ASEAN and Implores It to Re-Examine Its Approach to Burma’s Junta

The Thai Action Committee for Democracy in Burma (TACDB) wishes to express its extreme disappointment in the Association of South East Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) embrace of the severely flawed election in Burma. By doing so, ASEAN’s Secretary General Surin Pitsuwan and the members of ASEAN have put the priorities of the Burma Junta above those

2010: Vision of a Blueprint for ASEAN Democracy – Free and Fair Elections

View Full Report (PDF) | View Full Report in Bahasia Language (PDF) In order to consolidate the successful outcome of ASEAN Summit meeting in Cha-am, Hua Hin, Thailand held on Febuary 25 and February 26 2009, the Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL-Foundation) underscores the need for further cooperation and collaboration between ASEAN Secretariat, ASEAN governments and the respective

Get Updates

Members