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An abolition of conscription will mean more inequality : Nipit

Nipit Intarasombut, a Palang Pracharath party-list MP-elect, claimed on Monday that the immediate revocation of conscription, a Move Forward Party manifesto promise, will only cause more inequality in Thai society….

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Political parties grapple with funding constraints for pension plans in run-up to general election  

“Thailand will be a full-fledged aging society this year, as citizens 60 years old and above will represent 20 per cent of the total population,” said Worawan Plikhamin, deputy secretary-general…

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100+ people treated for symptoms possibly caused by cannabis in food and drink in Khon Kaen

More than 100 people in Thailand’s north-eastern province of Khon Kaen have reported for treatment of dizziness and nausea after consuming food or drinks thought to contain cannabis Cannabis and…

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Publicity campaign launched urging Bangkok’s electorate to vote on May 22nd

With only two weeks to go before the Bangkok gubernatorial and councillor elections on Sunday May 22nd, the Election Commission is to launch a city-wide campaign tomorrow (Monday) to urge…

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Campaign needed to educate Thai drivers about stopping at red traffic lights

A campaign should be launched to educate drivers about the rights of pedestrians and not encroaching on zebra crossings or crossing red traffic lights, said Air Vice Marshal Ittaporn Kanacharoen,…

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Thai royalists rally again in Bangkok to campaign for expulsion of Amnesty International

Royalist groups gathered in Bangkok’s Silom commercial district today (Monday), to rally public support for their signature collection campaign, aimed at forcing Amnesty International out of Thailand for allegedly interfering…

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“Skip online learning” campaign launched Monday

The “skip online learning” twitter campaign, launched by the anti-establishment “Bad Students” movement, to reject the online teaching being applied in most schools across Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic, is…

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Progressive Movement to be investigated for actions related to local elections

Thailand’s Election Commission has set up a committee to investigate the conduct of the Progressive Movement, which is accused by political activist Srisuwan Janya of functioning like a political party….

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Opposition to intensify campaign for constitutional amendments

The seven-party opposition coalition has stepped its campaign to solicit public support for its attempt to amend the Constitution and to educate the people about the Constitution. Speaking at a…

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Campaign launched to restore dignity of Thailand’s only infamous cannibal

More than 10,000 people have signed up in support of a campaign for the removal of the mummified body of Mr. Si Quey sae Oeng, Thailand’s only alleged cannibal,…

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City Hall holds event to mark International Car Free Day

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration marked the International Car Free Day this morning  with an event in front of Central World shopping mall to urge motorists to reduce their use of…

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