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LGBT campaign loses fight in parliament for House panel on gender diversity

The House of Representatives on Thursday voted down a motion from a Future Forward MP to set up an additional House panel on gender diversity. The House voted 365 to…

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10 billionaires to the poorest among Thailand’s 500 MPs

There are 10 rich MPs, who have over one billion baht in assets each, while the poorest MP has 5,064 baht in his bank account, according to reports from the…

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Pheu Thai backs down over probe of 3 MPs for welcoming PM to Surin province

The opposition Pheu Thai Party has backed down over a plan to investigate three of its MPs, for the northeastern province of Surin, for showing up to welcome Prime Minister…

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Seripisut demands the resignation of House and Senate speakers

Seri Ruam Thai party leader Seripisut Temiyavet is pressing for the resignations of House Speaker Chuan Leekpai and Senate Speaker Pornpetch Wikchitcholchai, accusing both of them of allowing Prime Minister…

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New Economics Party remains in the Opposition, but it may take its own position on some issues

The New Economics Party is still aligned with the Opposition but it may, when necessary, take an independent position, party leader Mingkwan Sangsuwan announced on Wednesday in parliament. He dismissed…

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Eight injured by bombs in Yala

At least eight civilians were injured in a spate of explosions targeting power poles and an ATM in several districts of Thailand’s southern province of Yala on Tuesday night. No…

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Cabinet rewards defectors and failed MP candidates with political posts

The cabinet on Tuesday agreed to reward 17 MPs, who defected from the parties they represented when elected, or had been on their party’s list, and have now joined the…

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Opposition New Economics Party in peril as some MPs defect to government

Some MPs from the opposition New Economics Party will defect to the government camp, Mr. Niyom Wiwatthanaditthakul, the party deputy leader, said today (Tuesday), ending 24 hours of speculation about…

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DSI wraps up probe into Akara gold mining, new legal violations found

The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) has completed its extended investigation into the operations of Akara Resources Public Company, the concessionaire of gold mining activities in Thailand, with new findings…

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Ex-finance minister Korn disagrees with using taxpayers’ money to rescue debt-ridden THAI

Former Finance Minister and Democrat list MP Korn Chatikavanich has voiced his concern over the financial crisis facing Thai Airways International and, at the same time, has objected to any…

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Palang Pracharat apologizes for conduct of its Bangkok MP Sira Jenjakha  

Palang Pracharat party deputy spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonchana has apologised to the public over the conduct of one of the party’s MPs, who has been heavily criticized on social media for…

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PM says he is like a cotton fruit which tastes better when crushed

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha announced to his well-wishers in Thailand’s northeastern province of Buri Ram that he would definitely not resign as demanded by the Opposition, likening himself to a…

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Most Thais feel it is inappropriate to politicize on the oath issue – poll

The majority of the respondents disagree with the politicization of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s alleged incomplete oath taking, according to Super Poll. Super Poll Research Office director Noppadol Kannikar said…

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PM says he is not afraid to confront the Opposition in parliament

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today (Friday) that he is not afraid of facing the Opposition in parliament and that he had not attended parliament twice, to respond to the…

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PM assures the public that stimulus budget will be spent effectively

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has given assurance that his government is not overspending by disbursing 310 billion baht as part of an economic stimulus package and that the money will…

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Dr. Somkid to head special team to reverse Thailand’s economic slowdown

The economic cabinet on Friday agreed to set up a special panel, expected to be led by Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak, to drive the implementation and management of economic…

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Cabinet to consider Finance Ministry’s new economic stimulus package

The economic cabinet is due to consider the Finance Ministry’s economic stimulus package, aimed at stimulating consumption and investment, today (Friday). The proposal includes, among other things, a one-time 1,500…

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(Photo) Pheu Thai party secretary-general Anudith Nakornthap and Opposition MPs/Thai Parliament

Opposition to submit censure debate motion to House Speaker today

The seven-party parliamentary opposition will submit a motion to House Speaker Chuan Leekpai today (Friday) seeking a censure debate against the government, but without calling for a vote over Prime…

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Senior NACC official faulted for omitting 227m baht from asset declaration

Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission has faulted one of its senior officials for concealing his and his wife’s assets worth about 227 million baht. NACC secretary-general Worawit Sukboon said today that…

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Warrants out for arrest of 4 more bombing and arson suspects

The Criminal Court has issued warrants for the arrests of four more individuals wanted by the police for suspected involvement in the bombing and arson attacks in Bangkok and Nonthaburi…

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24 red-shirt leaders and members acquitted of terrorism charges

Twenty-four former members of the red-shirt movement, or the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), including several core leaders, were today (Wednesday) acquitted by the Criminal Court of terrorism…

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CSD police may take charge of recent bombing and arson case

Thailand’s national police chief, Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda, is expected to decide today (Wednesday) whether to transfer the case involving two suspects, held in police custody in connection with the…

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Minister Anutin wants paraquat, glyphosate and chlorpyrifos banned this year

The three toxic chemicals used as herbicides, namely paraquat, glyphosate and chlorpyrifos, must be banned within this year, Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said on Tuesday. “I would like to…

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Smaller parties, except Thai Civilized, still with the government – Thammanat

All 13 smaller parties in the coalition government, with the exception of the Thai Civilized Party, are still with the government, said Deputy Agriculture Minister Thammanat Prompao today (Tuesday). Thammanat,…

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Deputy Agriculture Minister promises to ban 3 herbicides this year

Deputy Agriculture Minister Manunya Thaiseth has given an assurance that three hazardous herbicides, which are widely used in Thailand and are strongly opposed consumer and civic groups, will be banned…

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Thaksin confirms Ms. Yingluck granted Serbian citizenship

The Serbian government has granted Serbian citizenship to fugitive former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, according to a Reuters report on Thursday. Quoting local media in Serbia, Reuters said that the…

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Communication problem blamed for government’s parliamentary defeat

Communication problems among the ruling coalition parties are being blamed for the government’s first defeat in the lower House on Thursday, which concerned House regulation No 9 regarding the House…

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PM advised to seek Royal pardon and request a retaking of the oath

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is being advised to seek a Royal pardon, and request an opportunity to retake the oath in an audience with His Majesty the King, by Mr….

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Government gets first taste of defeat in lower House

The government suffered its first defeat in the lower House today over a parliamentary regulation that would specify the House speaker’s impartiality in the performance of his or her duty….

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PM did not apologize over oath-taking controversy – government spokeswoman

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha did not offer an apology to his cabinet colleagues over the oath-taking controversy and the media has misinterpreted the Prime Minister’s remarks about the wording, government…

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Police Chief admits to difficulties in solving the recent bombings

Thailand’s national police chief admitted today that it was difficult for the police to track down the real masterminds behind the recent bombings and arson attacks in Bangkok and neighboring…

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(Photo) Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha/Government House

PM offers an apology to his cabinet for his oath-taking blunder

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha today apologized to his cabinet colleagues for his “unintentional” omission of some wording in the oath, which his entire cabinet swore in ceremony before His Majesty…

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Senior anti-graft official falsely declared his 260 million baht assets

A high-ranking official at the Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has been found to have falsely declared his assets, which are actually estimated at about 260 million baht….

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(Photo) Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha laid foundation stone for a new building in the National Broadcasting Services of Thailand (NBT) Station, August 7, 2019

Speeding up “political cases” is double-edged sword

If the Prayut government was a man with a weak heart, legal cases involving opponents of the administration were strong pills, which aren’t necessarily good for someone not in perfect…

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(Photo) PM during inspection trip in Yala province/Government House website

PM insists he did not intentionally omit words during his oath taking

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today he had no intention to truncate the oath he took during the swearing-in ceremony in front of His Majesty the King last month, but…

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Future Forward’s Pannika and Palang Pracharat’s Pareena in legal tussle

The simmering war of words between two female MPs, Future Forward spokeswoman Pannika Wanich and Palang Pracharat MP Pareena Kraikupt, has erupted into a legal battle, with both filing defamation…

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Seniority to determine promotions in police force

Seniority will be the key criterion in determining the promotions of police officers under the regulations of the Police Commission, which have come into force after their publication in the…

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Former NOB chief found to be ‘unusually rich’ by NACC

Former director of the National Office of Buddhism, Mr. Panom Sornsilp, has been found to be unusually wealthy by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) for having amassed assets worth about…

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Ombudsman accepts for consideration PM’s oath-taking controversy

Thailand’s ombudsman has accepted for consideration a petition from Mr. Srisuwan Janya, secretary-general of the Thai Constitution Protection Association, regarding Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s alleged incomplete recital of an oath…

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Pheu Thai proposes a people’s assembly to draft a new Constitution

The opposition Pheu Thai party has proposed the setting up of a 200-member people’s assembly, or Constitution Drafting Assembly, to draft a new Constitution. The existing one has been criticized…

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Ex-deputy agriculture minister Wirat and wife faulted for corruption in futsal court scandal

Former deputy agriculture minister and a member of the Palang Pracharat party Wirat Rattanaseth and his wife, Mrs. Tassaniya, also a member of the party, were among 24 people and…

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Ex-DPM Suthep faulted by anti-graft body in police station construction scandal

After almost a decade of investigation into the scandal surrounding the construction of 396 police stations across the country, the National Anti-Corruption Commission today voted unanimously to fault former Deputy…

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PM admits error in oath recital and is trying to resolve the problem

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has admitted, for the first time, that he did not recite the oath of office in full, as alleged by the Opposition, and is now trying…

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PerMas denies involvement in series of explosions in Bangkok

The Federation of Pattani Students and Youth (PerMAS-Persatuan Mahasiswa Anak muda dan Siswa PATANI) has denied reports that it is behind the series of explosions in Bangkok last Friday, claiming…

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Justice Ministry to probe rented EM ankle bracelets from China

Thailand’s Justice Ministry is to investigate the electronic monitoring (EM) ankle bracelets rented by the Department of Probation from a Chinese company. This follows a complaint from a Thai firm…

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Arrest warrants to be sought for two more bombing suspects

Police will seek warrants for the arrest of two more suspects who are believed to have been involved in the planting and detonating of four explosive devices at the government…

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Labour and foreign ministries working to help 17 Thai fishermen stranded in Somalian sea

Thailand’s Labour Ministry is coordinating with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to step up efforts to bring home about 50 Thai fishermen stranded on two trawlers off the coast of…

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PM claims oath-taking issue is over

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today (Monday) that the cabinet’s swearing-in issue was over because his recital of the oath had included the full text of the oath and was…

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Opposition seek PM’s explanation over oath-taking controversy

The seven-party Opposition will submit an interpellation to the House Speaker on Wednesday, seeking an explanation from Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha over the cabinet’s swearing-in ceremony last month, which is…

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House Speaker places new parliament building under tight security

House Speaker Chuan Leekpai has ordered a tightening of security at the new parliament building ahead of the first Senate meeting at the facility today (Monday). While admitting that he…

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PM to be asked to replace NACC’s panel probing Akara gold mining operations

People living around the gold mine operated by Akara Resources Plc, who claim to be adversely affected by the company’s operations, plan to petition Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday…

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7 vocational students charged in connection with explosion in Rama 9 area

Seven vocational students have been charged with the possession and transport in public of explosives and knives following a blast in the Rama 9 area of Bangkok on Friday in…

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Security beef-up at crowded places as hunt for bomb suspects continues

As security has been tightened at Bangkok’s two airports, the city’s bus and train terminals, as well as crowded shopping malls, police have swept several locations after being alerted about…

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Call for appointment of new set of national human rights commissioners

Human rights advocacy groups are demanding that a completely new national human rights commission be appointed after the recent resignation of two commissioners, leaving only three still in the office….

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3 suspects arrested in connection with yesterday’s blasts in Bangkok

Three technical students, aged 15, 16 and 17, were arrested this morning (Saturday) in connection with the investigation into the planting of four explosive devices in the bushes in the…

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Human rights advocate Angkhana Neelapaijit wins 2019 Ramon Magsaysay Award

Thailand’s former National Human Rights commissioner, Mrs. Angkhana Neelapaijit, is to receive the prestigious 2019 Ramon Magsaysay Award for championing the cause of human rights. She was recognized by the…

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PM won’t tolerate violence and vows no hiding place for the perpetrators

Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that he will not tolerate explosions, even if only a handful people were injured, and he questioned the motive of the perpetrators or…

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Army chief blames same group from attacks in 2006 for today’s explosions

Army Commander-in-Chief General Apirat Kongsompong has blamed the same group of people “with an old mindset” who engineered bomb attacks in Bangkok in 2006 for being behind the multiple explosions…

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Government’s latest peril over alleged incomplete oath-taking

The government appears to be in the hot seat over Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s alleged failure to recite the full text of the oath of allegiance during the swearing-in ceremony…

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UPDATE – Four explosions in Bangkok

At around 8.10am on Friday there was an explosion in or near a white care in a parking lot in front of the Mahanakorn Building, near Chong Non Si BTS…

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BREAKING – Four explosions in Bangkok

At around 8.10am on Friday there was an explosion in or near a white car in a parking lot in front of the Mahanakorn Building, near Chong Non Si BTS…

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(Photo) Mr. Chadchart greeted a Bangkok’s public bus passenger on March 23rd, 2019/Chadchart Sittipunt ‘s Facebook page

Opposition’s best chance to penetrate Bangkok

The city gubernatorial election was always, in the distant past, romanticized. Chamlong Srimuang with “cheap” campaign posters made of rural household utensils, Bhichit Rattakul with a tree-hugging and overwhelmingly-underdog image…

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(Photo) U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo poses with his ASEAN counterparts for a family photo during the ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand August 1st, 2019/ REUTERS (Jonathan Ernst/Pool)

Pompeo says U.S. doesn’t ask Southeast Asians to take sides

BANGKOK (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Southeast Asian counterparts at a meeting in Bangkok on Thursday that the United States never asked Indo-Pacific nations to take…

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New parliament to open next week for first meeting of the Senate

Parliament President Chuan Leekpai and senior officials of the Office of the House of Representatives yesterday (Wednesday) inspected the new parliament building at Kiakkai intersection. The new building will be…

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Pheu Thai’s former deputy agriculture minister joins Palang Pracharat party

Opposition Pheu Thai party has been dealt with yet another blow as its former MP for the northeastern province of Si Sa Ket and former deputy agriculture minister, Mr. Pornsak…

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Reading of Supreme Court’s verdict on five UDD core leaders postponed

Five core members of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) were given a temporary reprieve when the Criminal Court decided to postpone the reading of the Supreme Court’s…

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Cabinet to endorse Bt3.2 trillion budget for 2020

Thailand’s Cabinet is set to endorse the proposed budget for fiscal year 2020 next week. The proposed budget is expected to call for expenditure of Bt3.2 trillion with a budget…

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PM to head Thai government’s economic team

After having delegated responsibility for running the country’s economy to Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak for the past five years, the Prime Minister has decided to replace Somkid and head…

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PM hints at procurement of second submarine for the RTN

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha hinted today that Thailand may buy another submarine, in addition to the one the Royal Thai Navy bought from China, due for delivery in 2023. Responding…

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DPM Anutin says commercialization of cannabis will come if medical use is a success

Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said today that commercialization of cannabis for economic benefit would come after the use of medical cannabis has proven to be…

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Cabinet to name its spokesperson and deputy today

The cabinet is expected to appoint Palang Pracharat party-list MP Narumon Pinyosinwat as government spokeswoman at its first meeting today (Tuesday). Palang Pracharat deputy spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana is expected to…

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Supreme Court’s verdict on five UDD core members due on Wednesday

The Criminal Court is scheduled, on Wednesday, to read the verdict of the Supreme Court in a case involving seven core members of the red-shirt movement, known as the United…

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PM to supervise the DSI

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will directly supervise the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) instead of assigning one of his deputies to do it on his behalf, as was the practice…

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Charter Court judge assures everyone of the court’s impartiality

The Constitutional Court will exercise caution and only when necessary will it hold an individual in contempt, said Constitution Court Judge Panya Udchachon today (Sunday). He added that the decision…

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Government asks for the opportunity to work before complaining

Thailand’s new government has pleaded with opposition parties and the public not to cause disturbances or protest before giving it a chance to implement the policies as outlined in parliament….

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Over 72 percent say they did not benefit from the policy debate – Super Poll

Over 72% of people surveyed by Super Poll said they gained nothing from the debate in parliament on the government’s policy statement, while 78.6% admitted they did not believe political…

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Education Ministry to push for coding as third language for Thai students

Thailand’s Ministry of Education will push for the inclusion of a third ‘language’, coding (computer programming language), in the curricula of Thai students, from kindergarten level if possible, said Deputy…

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PM asks public and parliament to have faith in his government

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has asked the public and parliament to have faith that the government, under his leadership, will perform its duties to its best ability for the people…

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PM to oversee police to ensure reform

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha announced, during his policy statement presentation, that he will personally take charge of the Royal Police Office and will reform the police force as priority. Police…

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Thanathorn doubts PM and his government can lead Thailand into the future

Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit said Friday night that he did not believe that the government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, will be able to guide…

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P-Move lauds Pita Limjaroenrat’s policy statement debate on Thai agricultural issues

The People’s Movement for a Just Society (P-Move) posted on its Facebook page this morning (Saturday) that the policy statement debate, delivered by Future Forward MP Pita Limjaroenrat, accurately reflects…

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Protesters flock to Hong Kong’s airport as political crisis simmers on

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Thousands of protesters calling for democracy and some chanting “free Hong Kong” converged on the Chinese-ruled city’s airport on Friday as Singapore advised its travelers to…

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Fist-fight challenge in parliament between Pheu Thai MP and senator

Senator Kittisak Rattanawaraha, who challenged Pheu Thai MP Yutthapong Charassathien in parliament to a fist-fight today (Friday), has admitted that he lost his cool because of Yutthapong’s non-stop bad-mouthing of…

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The opposition demands Seripisut be allowed to continue in the debate

Seven opposition parties have agreed to demand that parliament president Chuan Leekpai reconsider his decision not to allow Seri Ruam Thai party leader Pol Gen Seripisut Temiyavet to continue his…

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Seripisut loses his right to take part in second day of debate

Seri Ruam Thai party leader Pol Gen Seripisut Temiyavet was dealt a big blow this afternoon (Friday) by parliament president Chuan Leekpai, who ruled that the former police chief had…

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88 Garmonte forest resort served with demolition notice

The management of the forest resort, which was used as a seminar venue by the Palang Pracharat party last weekend, has been given 90 days to dismantle the building and…

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Seripisut ordered out of parliament meeting

Seri Ruam Thai party leader Pol Gen Seripisut Temiyavet became the first MP to be told to leave parliament, after he refused to withdraw his accusation that General Prayut Chan-o-cha…

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Finance Minister to sue for alleged slander relating to Krung Thai loan controversy

Finance Minister Uttama Savanayana has instructed his legal advisors to take action against five individuals for allegedly discrediting him in connection with the state-run Krung Thai Bank’s controversial loan granted…

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Future Forward wants to allow exiled Thais to come home for sake of reconciliation

Future Forward secretary-general Piyabutr Saengkanokkul has proposed that the government allow exiled Thais living abroad to return home with guarantees that the charges against them will be treated as political…

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Opposition leader says he does not trust prime minister or his government

Pheu Thai party leader Sompong Amornvivat said in parliament today (Thursday) that he does not trust Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his old economic team to solve the country’s pressing…

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Four well known PDRC protesters acquitted by the Criminal Court

Four well known members of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), which engineered the mass protests against the government of former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, were this morning acquitted of…

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PM told to read out of the text of policy statement verbatim

Instead of issuing or barking orders in a manner familiar to him during his military career and as head of the military junta and its government, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha…

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PM says he is not worried about the Opposition in policy debate

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today (Wednesday) that he is not worried about the prospect of being given a rough time by the Opposition during the two-day debate on the…

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BKK governor says he is ready for prison if corruption found in incinerator project

Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang announced today (Wednesday) that he was willing to go to prison if it is proven that there is corruption in City Hall’s plan to build two…

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(Photo) Garmonte Home by EDT Guide

Park authorities mull removal of forest resort used by Palang Pracharat

Thailand’s Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation is considering invoking the forest encroachment provisions of the National Park act to demolish a forest resort, which was used as…

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Former DPM Suthep found at fault over alleged collusion in police station project

Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission has faulted former deputy prime minister Suthep Thaugsuban, former acting national police chief Pol Gen Pateep Tanprasert and several others for alleged collusion concerning the construction…

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Chuan warns MPs against unruly conduct during the parliamentary debate on government policy statement

Members of parliament have been warned by the parliament’s president to be disciplined and to refrain from unruly behavior during the two-day debate on the government policy statement, which begins…

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Future Forward to push for scrapping of Charter section 279 and junta-appointed Senate

The Future Forward party has vowed to press ahead with its plan to collect more than 100 signatures of fellow MPs to support its motion to amend the Constitution, with…

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Thai military condemned for alleged torture of a Muslim man in Pattani

The Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) has condemned the Thai military over an incident involving a previously healthy Muslim man who was taken to a military camp in the country’s…

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Ex- Deputy PM stunned by the words ‘intelligent country’ in government policy

Former deputy prime minister Korbsak Sabhavasu said today (Monday) that he was stunned that the government dared to use the words ‘intelligent country’ in the policy statement to be presented…

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