Palang Pracharath leader Prawit Wongsuwan talks to political activist Patsaravalee Tanakitvibulpon at his party’s headquarters on Thursday.

Prawit meets activist, claims no more coups with a condition

Deputy Prime Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwan did not rule out the possibility of a military coup if the country is thrown into chaos again. Prawit’s comments came during an encounter…

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Songs for votes: A closer look at political parties’ campaign melodies

Long before the House of Representatives was dissolved and the election date announced, many political parties released songs to woo voters before they cast their ballots on May 14. With…

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Parties offering voters range of cures for Thailand’s ailing public health system

While Thais may be familiar with overcrowded state hospitals, that familiarity should not be grounds for dismissing political parties’ policies on public health in campaigning for the May 14 election….

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Prayut confirms House dissolution decree submitted to HM King

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today he has already submitted a Royal Decree to HM the King to dissolve the House of Representatives, paving the way for a general election…

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Narcotic or not? Thailand’s cannabis industry in the balance as parties battle it out ahead of polls

The fate of Thailand’s cannabis industry may hang on who wins the upcoming general election. Several parties are keen to undo the herb’s decriminalization that went into full effect in…

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Prawit’s reconciliation politics: Solution to political conflict or election power play?  

General Prawit Wongsuwan, leader of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party, has offered himself as the man to lead the country out of its two-decade political conflict. Prawit has floated the…

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