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Hun Sen and Thaksin – a seamless intermingling of friendship and politics

The private visit of former Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen to Bangkok to see former Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra is not only a testament to their personal friendship, but also has…

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PM aims to promote tourism in deep south

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is in the southernmost province of Yala today, to promote tourism and economic development in the region. He is expected to meet with local residents and…

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Court refuses bail for hunger striking monarchy reform activists

The Criminal Court rejected bail applications for two hunger striking monarchy reform activists today, Tantawan Tuatulanon and Natthanon Chaimahabutra, on the grounds that they are now under the close observation…

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Hunger striker Tantawan’s father asks court to grant her bail

The father of monarchy reform activist Tantawan Tuatulanon submitted a petition to the Criminal Court today, seeking bail for her daughter and another activist, Natthanon Chaimahabutra, promising to restrain his…

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PM visits Thaksin at home in his Ban Chan Song La residence

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin paid a private visit to former prime minister and prison parolee Thaksin Shinawatra at his Ban Chan Song La residence in Thonburi on Saturday morning. He…

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Hun Sen visits “my brother” Thaksin

Cambodia’s former PM Hun Sen travelled by private jet from Phnom Penh to visit former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra at his Bangkok residence today. Hun Sen is the first…

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Is new amnesty law the path to political reconciliation in Thailand?

Legal amnesty for people charged with political crimes has been a hot potato for the past decade in Thailand. An attempt in 2013 by Yingluck Shinawatra’s Pheu Thai government to…

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Thaksin’s lèse majesté case pending further investigation

Prosecution of the lèse majesté case against former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has been postponed, after the attorney-general ordered further investigation into the case today, in response to Thaksin’s appeal…

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Move Forward party calls for equal justice for all

The opposition Move Forward party has called for justice equality and an end to double standards, citing the privileges allegedly accorded to convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. In a…

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PM claims Thaksin’s parole is in line with Thailand’s justice process

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said today that he has been informed that convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra will be released on parole from the Police General Hospital on Sunday,…

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House passes land bridge project feasibility report despite opposition

Southern and Move Forward MPs unanimously voiced their opposition to the government’s ambitious land bridge mega project, questioning the credibility of its feasibility study. They remain unconvinced that the project…

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Opposition leader demands evidence from Chada over alleged involvement with Taluwang group

Opposition and Move Forward Party leader Chaithawat Tulathon has demanded that a deputy Interior Minister provide evidence to support the claim that Move Forward is involved with monarchy reform activists….

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Corrections officials to meet Thaksin as he leaves Police General Hospital

Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra will be handed over to officials from the Corrections Department when he is discharged from the Police General Hospital, tentatively this Sunday, said Pol…

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Why release of Thaksin could be a tipping point for Thai politics

The expected release of convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra next week is set to inject more heat into the simmering powerplay between conservative elites and the ex-PM, analysts say….

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Thaksin to walk free from prison on Sunday

Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra is expected to be released this Sunday, as he is on the latest list of 930 prisoners granted parole, according to Justice Minister Tawee…

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Thaksin’s opponents to petition justice minister to deny him parole

A group of opponents plans to submit a petition to Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong tomorrow at Government House, protesting against parole for convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Meanwhile, a…

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Royalists clash with pro-democracy group at Siam Square BTS station

A group of royalists clashed with pro-democracy demonstrators at the Siam Square sky train station today, forcing Pathumwan police and BTS officials to close all entrances to the connected malls….

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File photo : Thaksin Shinawatra//Reuters

Everyone will walk legal, constitutional and political tightropes on Thaksin

Article 112 requires prudence in everything – enforcement, commentaries for and against, judgement of wrongdoing and etc. Cue Thaksin Shinawatra and that can be an understatement. In a few days,…

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Pita among protest leaders given suspended sentences for flash mob protest

Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit and former Move Forward party leader Pita Limjaroenrat are among eight defendants given suspended jail terms by the Pathumwan District Court this morning, after they…

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Questions remain over alleged corruption at the agriculture ministry

While the fire which broke out on the second floor of the Ministry of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives last evening has already been extinguished, many questions remain regarding alleged widespread…

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Petitions seeking political bans on 44 Move Forward MPs filed

Staunch royalists Sonthiya Sawasdee and a lawyer, Thirayut Suwankhesorn, separately lodged petitions with the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) today, seeking investigations into the ethical conduct of 44 Move Forward MPs…

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Opposition parties dine together in a show of solidarity

The Democrats joined other opposition parties at a dinner hosted by the Move Forward party last night, in a show of solidarity, working together in and out of parliament to…

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Ruangkrai asks EC to dissolve Move Forward

As anticipated, political petitioner Ruangkrai Leekitwattana lodged a petition with the Election Commission (EC) today, to seek the dissolution of the opposition Move Forward party. This follows the Constitutional Court’s…

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Move Forward claims Charter Court ruling will impact rights, liberties and democracy

The opposition Move Forward party announced today that it never had and has no future intention whatsoever to undermine the monarchy and claimed that the Constitutional Court’s ruling today will…

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Pita Limjaroenrat, former leader of Move Forward party makes a gesture during a press conference after Constitutional Court ruled the party as attempting to overthrow the constitutional monarchy.//Photo : Anisha Satya

Move Forward’s effort to amend lèse majesté law threat to Constitutional Monarchy – Court

The Constitutional Court said today that, if a halt is not brought to the Move Forward party’s campaign activities, vis a vis the lèse majesté law, they may undermine the…

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Move Forward MP denies involvement in extortion attempt

A Move Forward party MP has denied a suggestion that he was a part of a gang which tried to extort 1.5 million baht from the director-general of the Rice…

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Phumtham insists government think ahead if Thailand is to progress

The government must think laterally and ahead, otherwise Thailand will become bogged down and will not move forward. This has been the case over the past ten years and the…

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Move Forward MP Rukchanok acquitted on defamation charge

The Bangkok North District Court acquitted Move Forward MP Rukchanok Srinork today on a defamation charge filed against her by two well-known TV hosts. The grounds for acquittal were that…

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File photo : Srisuwan Janya

Hunter becomes prey: Thailand’s anti-corruption icon faces extortion accusation

The tables have been turned on prolific petitioner Srisuwan Janya, who has become the accused rather than the accuser. Once admired by many and feared by his targets, the self-styled…

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Pita unveils the Move Forward party’s strategic roadmap for 2024

Move Forward party’s advisory chairman Pita Limjaroenrat has today unveiled the party’s strategic roadmap for this year, which includes its six major agenda items, or “Big bangs”, the party’s performance…

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Pita warns Phuket may become a garbage hell if not addressed

Taking to the floor of parliament for the first time in six months, Move Forward party-list MP Pita Limjaroenrat talked about the garbage problems in Phuket and Samut Prakan provinces,…

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PM says coalition government is stable, no need for cabinet reshuffle

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has confirmed that there will be no cabinet reshuffle anytime soon, because the coalition government is stable and has more than enough votes in the House….

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Three possible rulings loom in Move Forward Party’s Section 112 trial : Prinya

The Constitutional Court has three options for its ruling in a case in which the Move Forward party is accused of intending to overthrow the Constitutional Monarchy with its election…

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iTV does not owe ฿2.8Bn in unpaid concession fees – Supreme Court

The Supreme Administrative Court upheld the ruling of the Administrative Court today, dismissing the lawsuit, filed by the secretariat of the Prime Minister’s Office, demanding 2.8 billion baht in unpaid…

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Pita to stage political comeback

Pita Limjaroenrat, the former leader of the Move Forward party, says that he is ready for a political comeback, after the Constitutional Court cleared him today of charges related to…

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Court clears Pita of iTV shares charges

The Constitutional Court has cleared the former leader of the Move Forward party, Pita Limjaroenrat, of the charge that he contested in last year’s election while holding shares in a…

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Heightened security around Constitutional Court on Pita’s judgement day

Police have been increasing security around the Constitutional Court since early this morning, as supporters of the Move Forward party and other political groups are expected to show up to…

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Displaced Thais in Ranong up in arms over land bridge project

Displaced people living in Thailand’s southern province of Ranong have submitted a petition to Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin voicing their opposition to the government’s land bridge mega project and demanding…

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Judgement day for Pita: A closer look at case that could change Thai politics 

The Constitutional Court is set to rule on Wednesday (January 24) whether Pita Limjaroenrat, the initial front-runner to become Thailand’s 30th prime minister, violated the charter by contesting last year’s…

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Senators’ motion seeking general debate submitted

A motion was submitted to Senate Speaker Pornpetch Wichitcholchai today by a group of senators, seeking general debate against the government, but without a concluding vote. One of the senators,…

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Move Forward confident that Pita will be cleared in iTV shareholding case

The opposition Move Forward party believes that its former leader, Pita Limjaroenrat, will be cleared of a charge that he held a stake in the iTV media company when he…

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former Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob

Charter Court rules Saksayam’s ministerial post ended on March 3rd last year

The Constitutional Court ruled by 7 votes to 1 today that former Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob’s post as a minister ended on March 3rd last year, after it was discovered…

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File photo : Anchalee Paireerak, one of PAD core members.

Criminal Court acquits all former PAD leaders over Don Mueang airport seizure

The Criminal Court acquitted 32 core members of the now defunct People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) political group today. They had been charged with insurrection for seizing Don Mueang airport…

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Former agriculture minister denies any involvement in illegal pork trade

Former Agriculture Minister Chalermchai Sri-on categorically denied today that he had anything to do with the illegal importation of frozen pork, in which his personal secretary has been implicated. Somkiat…

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3 Ratsadon protest leaders get suspended sentences for November 2020 rally

Three core members of the Ratsadon protest group were sentenced to one month in prison and fined 20,000 baht each today, for illegal assembly of more than 10 people when…

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Has the Pheu Thai-led government put military reform on the back burner?

The coalition government led by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has come under fire from the opposition, which is accused it of lacking a strong commitment to pursue military reform following…

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Srettha heads to Davos to attend WEF

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has left for Davos, Switzerland, to attend the annual World Economic Forum (WEF). He wrote on his X account that he chose a commercial flight and…

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Corrections Dept allows Thaksin to remain at Police General Hospital

The Corrections Department has granted permission for convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to continue to receive medical treatment at the Police General Hospital after the expiration of the 120-day…

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File photo : Yingluck and Thaksin Shinawatra

What does Thaksin have to do to get sister Yingluck home?

After former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra returned to face prison following 15 years of self-exile and managed to spend the last four months in hospital, many people are wondering if…

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Three former Bhumjaithai MPs banned from contesting elections for life

Three former MPs of the Bhumjaithai party have been stripped of their right to contest elections for life and have had their voting rights suspended for ten years by the…

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Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin

PM Srettha aims for “zero” school dropout

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said today he will on this Saturday unveil his government’s plan to address the worsening problems of Thailand’s education inequality. He said the goal is to…

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File photo : Senator Tuang Untachai

Government in difficulty over loan bill for digital wallet scheme

Senator Tuang Untachai said today he wonders how the government can tell the Thai people that Thailand is currently in a crisis, to justify a loan bill to fund its…

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File photo : Senator Derekrid Janekrongtham,

Senate panel to seek support for censure debate against government

Members of the Senate Committee on Political Development and Public Participation have started seeking support among their fellow senators for a general debate against the government. Senator Derekrid Janekrongtham, vice…

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File photo : Deputy Prime Minister Phumtham Wechayachai

Three Pheu Thai party list MPs to resign to focus on ministerial duties

Three ministers from the Pheu Thai party will resign as party-list MPs to focus on their ministerial duties, allowing a new generation of MPs to take their place in parliament….

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Thai Sang Thai party secretary-general resigns

Thai Sang Thai party-list MP Thakorn Tansathit has quit as the party’s secretary-general after three MPs defied the Opposition whip by supporting the government’s budget bill. In his letter, addressed…

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Move Forward MP weeps during debate in parliament

Move Forward MP Sirilapas Kongtrakarn broke into tears during a debate over the budget bill in parliament today, as she complained that the Public Health Ministry has ignored psychiatric patients,…

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Budget bill sails through its first reading in the House

The House of Representatives passed the first reading of the budget bill for the 2024 fiscal year tonight, after three days of debate. The bill was approved by 311:177 votes,…

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Loan bill to fund “digital wallet” appropriate and transparent – Julapun

Deputy Finance Minister Julapun Amornvivat said today that the government’s decision to issue a bill to authorise borrowing for the funding needed for the digital wallet scheme is the most…

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Interior minister promises to spend budget wisely

Interior Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has told parliament that the bulk of the 460 billion baht allocated to the Interior Ministry in the 2024 fiscal year will be used to increase…

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Government accused by Move Forward of fiddling calculation of GDP

Move Forward party-list MP Sirikanya Tansakul has questioned the government’s budgeting for the 2024 fiscal year, saying that it does not reflect the government’s claim that Thailand is facing several…

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Corrections panel to consider rules for convicts to serve terms outside prison

The Justice Ministry will call a meeting of the corrections committee on January 11th, to consider the rules for screening convicts who are qualified to serve their remaining terms outside…

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PM defends land bridge mega project and his dress sense

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin defended his government’s ambitious land bridge mega project in Parliament today, saying that the project will put Thailand on the map for several countries that want…

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Justice minister praises Thaksin as a “peacemaker”

Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra returned to Thailand to face legal consequences because he is a peacemaker who wants to see reconciliation in Thailand, Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong claimed…

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Move Forward party leader Chaithawat Tulathon (FILE)

Move Forward leader calls budget bill a major disappointment

Move Forward party leader Chaithawat Tulathon has described the government’s budget bill as “old wine in a new bottle” which lacks objectives, strategy, prioritisation and organisation. Taking the floor on…

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PM Srettha Thavisin explains details of the budget in parliament on January 3.

PM confident 2024 budget will improve the Thai economy

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin presented the government’s 3.48 trillion baht budget bill to the House of Representatives today, saying that he is confident it will stimulate tourism and improve the…

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File photo : Former PM Thaksin Shinawatra

Opposition must not link budget debate to Thaksin : Pheu Thai

A Pheu Thai MP has warned the opposition that, if it attempts to link the parliamentary debate on the budget bill for the 2024 fiscal year, due to start tomorrow,…

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No need for “bodyguards” during budget bill debate – PM

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said today that he does not need “bodyguards”, a term used to describe MPs who speak to defend a minister, during the 3-day debate on the…

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Government is building better future for Thai children – PM

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said that his government has implemented medium and long-term policies to build the foundations of a better future for Thai children after nine years of what…

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Pita to resume Move Forward leadership if cleared by Constitutional Court

Move Forward party leader Chaithawat Tulathon said he is ready to step aside to allow Pita Limjaroenrat to replace him, if cleared by the Constitutional Court on January 24th of…

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Injured Ratsadon protesters to get 300,000 baht compensation from police

On Thursday, the Civil Court ordered the Royal Thai Police to pay about 300,000 baht in compensation to pro-democracy Ratsadon protesters who were physically injured during the police crackdown in…

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From left : Gen Anupong Paochinda, Gen Prawit Wongsuwan and Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha

2023’s top stories: The ‘3Ps’ lose power as voters pull plug on junta legacy  

After nine years in power, the once formidable alliance of Thailand’s three brothers-in-arms finally came to an end in 2023. The political era of the “3 Ps” – General Prayut…

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File photo : Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra

Supreme Court acquits Yingluck over transfer of NSC chief in 2011

The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Office ordered the acquittal of exiled former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra today, on charges of malfeasance in office related to the…

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Charter Court hears case on Move Forward plan to amend lèse majesté law

The Constitutional Court held a hearing to consider a petition filed against the Move Forward party and its former leader, Pita Limjaroenrat on Monday, claiming that their election pledge to…

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Former Thai prime ministerial candidate and ex-Move Forward Party leader Pita Limjaroenrat poses for a photograph during an interview with AFP in Bangkok on November 9, 2023. Thwarted Thai election winner Pita Limjaroenrat vowed November 9 to run for prime minister again, defying conservative forces that blocked him from the job earlier in the year and despite a looming court case. (Photo by MANAN VATSYAYANA / AFP)

Pita most preferred politician to become Thai PM in NIDA poll

Former Move Forward party leader Pita Limjaroenrat is the most favoured politician, among respondents to NIDA poll, to become prime minister, while the Move Forward party was the most popular….

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Former red-shirt leader dares Thaksin to speak out about his illnesses

Former red-shirt movement leader Jatuporn Prompan has dared convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to come forward to clear public suspicion about his health, saying the Thai people are sympathetic…

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Government spokesman touts government’s first 90-day performance

In the first 90 days in office, the government of Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has introduced and implemented a series of policies aimed at reducing expenses while increasing the earnings…

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File photo : Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha, newest member of the Privy Council

The who, where, and what of Thailand’s Privy Council as ex-PM Prayut becomes latest member

Former Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, who stepped down in August after nine years in office, has become the latest member of the Privy Council, as announced in the Royal…

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Rukchanok granted bail after conviction on lèse majesté charges

The Criminal Court has granted bail to Move Forward MP for Bangkok, Rukchanok Srinork, after she was sentenced to six years in prison, without suspension, on a lèse majesté conviction…

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Another veteran Democrat quits the party today

Former Democrat MP Sathit Wongnongtaey, who has won seven constituency elections in Trang province, has resigned from the party effective Monday, following in the footsteps of former party leader Abhisit…

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Thai PM pledges support for a “People’s Constitution”

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Sunday that a “People’s Constitution” is the ultimate goal of the government and all of Thai society. Writing in his Constitution Day X post,…

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Photo : Chuan Leekpai, former Democrat party leader and former prime minister.

Chuan hopes Democrat will rise again under new leadership

Former Democrat leader Chuan Leekpai admitted today that the party has reached the lowest point in its 77-year history, but he hopes it will not fall any further. ‘I hope…

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Chalermchai, the new Democrat party leader

Chalermchai Srion was elected the new Democrat Party leader today, pledging to rebuild party unity, lead the party forward and uphold the party’s principles and ideologies. He was the sole…

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Democrat MPs to invite Chalermchai to helm the party

21 Democrat MPs agreed on Thursday to invite former party secretary-general Chalermchai Srion to take the party leader’s post, which has been vacant since Jurin Laksanawisit stepped down on the…

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House police affairs panel insists on face-to-face meeting with PM

The House Police Affairs Committee is determined to meet with Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin in person, to discuss alleged political interference in the police reshuffle. The committee had earlier asked…

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Democrat upheaval: Tracing eight decades of ups and downs for Thailand’s oldest party

Democrat Party’s successes include winning a House majority, sweeping all MP seats in Bangkok, and leading several coalition governments. But the party – established on April 6, 1946 – has…

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File photo : Move Forward MP Rukchanok Srinok

Move Forward MP seeks to delay verdict in lèse majesté

Move Forward MP for Bangkok Rukchanok Srinork will ask the Criminal Court to postpone the reading of the verdict, scheduled for December 13, in a case in which she is…

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Interior Ministry kicks off effort to tackle informal debt crisis

The Ministry of Interior has today kicked off the government’s ambitious plan to tackle the chronic informal debt problem affecting countless Thai people, especially low income-earners, by accepting applications for…

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ONCB seize more assets from Senator Upakit

The Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) has impounded more assets from the house of Senator Upakit Pachariyangkun, suspecting that they might have been acquired with laundered revenues from…

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File photo : Jirayu Houngsub

Defence Ministry gets first civilian spokesperson

Jirayu Houngsub, a former Pheu Thai MP, has been appointed a spokesperson for the Ministry of Defence, said Defence Minister Surin Klungsang on Wednesday. Sutin told reporters that Jirayu join…

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File photo : Chalermchai Sion

Chalermchai Srion: The man holding the keys to Democrat Party’s future

Democrat Party veteran Chalermchai Srion is now caretaker of the party’s top two posts – leader and secretary general – after Jurin Laksanawisit stepped down as acting Democrat chief. Both…

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File photo : Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Anutin Charnvirakul //AFP

Patriotism or control? Thai government’s human-resource push gets pushback

About 6.5 million Thais will soon be getting lessons in patriotism and love of the monarchy via four key government ministries. Led by Interior Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, a memo of…

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Astroturfing: Is Thai public opinion being manipulated by a handful of protestors?

The latest battle between tradition and individualism being waged in Thai schools has introduced a new word to the Thai political lexicon: “astroturfing”. The battle erupted recently over so-called card…

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Government House Chai Wacharonke

Cabinet endorses removing criminal liability from writing bad cheques

The Cabinet approved a bill on Tuesday which aims to amend the Act Governing Offenses Arising from the Use of Cheques (the Cheque Act), by decriminalising the issuing of bad…

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Half of poll respondents unhappy with “digital wallet” spending restrictions

About 50% of the respondents to a NIDA Poll disagree with government guidelines for the spending of the 10,000 baht cash benefit, to be distributed under the digital wallet scheme,…

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A selfie Prime Minister Srettha took with US President Biden at the APEC dinner in San Francisco on Thursday.

Thai PM Srettha an avid social media user

It’s obvious that unlike his predecessors, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is an avid social media user.  How he has been communicating back to the Thai people from San Francisco where…

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PM urges business leaders at APEC to invest in Thailand now

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has suggested to business leaders in the United States that it is the right time for them to invest in or expand their investments in Thailand,…

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Pita Limjaroenrat, Chief Advisor to Move Forward Party Leader, discussed various topics in an interview with Franc Han Shih, Thai PBS World.

Pita urges pragmatic cooperation with other nations

While Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin spends time overseas, to develop relationships with other countries, Pita Limjaroenrat, a key figure in and former leader of the Move Forward party, emphasises that…

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PM confident that loan bill for “digital wallet” will be fully supported by coalition

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin says he is confident that the government’s loan bill, needed to fund the digital wallet scheme, will sail through parliament with the support of the coalition…

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Thai politicians, sexual harassment and what really needs to be fixed?

Move Forward Party MPs Wuttipong Thonglour and Chaiyamparwaan Manpianjit were expelled from the party after it was decided by the party’s disciplinary board that they had sexually harassed party volunteers….

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Former Thai prime ministerial candidate and ex-Move Forward Party leader Pita Limjaroenrat poses for a photograph during an interview with AFP in Bangkok on November 9, 2023. Thwarted Thai election winner Pita Limjaroenrat vowed November 9 to run for prime minister again, defying conservative forces that blocked him from the job earlier in the year and despite a looming court case. (Photo by MANAN VATSYAYANA / AFP)

Thwarted Thai PM candidate Pita vows to run again

Thwarted Thai election winner Pita Limjaroenrat vowed Thursday to run for prime minister again, defying conservative forces that blocked him from the job earlier in the year and despite a…

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