What you should know about Thailand’s election 2019

A huge crowd of voters queue up to cast their votes at the polling station at Sukhothai School in Dusit area, Bangkok.

The electoral system is the key

The March-24 general election is being seen as a major political transition for Thailand. It will see a contest between those wanting to see the country return to full democracy…

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Why the role of the non-elected Senate will be crucial

Though not elected, the Senate will play a very important role in Thailand’s Thai post-election politics.   The non-elected 250 senators representing a wide range of professions will be hand-picked by…

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Why first-time voters are important

The last time Thai people went to the poll was back in 2011. In this upcoming election, out of a population of 66 million, 51 million will be eligible to…

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