We miss you, Uncle Tu : Thanakorn

It has been almost a month since former Thai prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha left the public eye, when he left office in late August. The country now has new leader,…

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Senate to grill govt over “digital wallet” and constitutional amendments

A number of senators will question the government over its “digital wallet” scheme and plans for constitutional amendments during the policy statement debate, which will take place over about 30…

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Prayut ends his time in Government House

Outgoing PM Prayut Chan-o-cha bade farewell to Government House today (Thursday), after working there for nine years. While being his final day working at Government House, Prayut will remain as…

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Outgoing PM Prayut congratulates incoming PM Srettha

Outgoing Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha congratulated Srettha Thavisin on Wednesday, who is to become the new prime minister of Thailand. Speaking after hosting an interim cabinet meeting at Government House,…

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File photo : Sutin Klungsang

Three scenarios suggested for new government : senior Pheu Thai MP

Pheu Thai party list MP Sutin Klungsang on Thursday revealed three scenarios for forming the next government. Sutin on Wednesday renominated Move Forward leader Pita Limjaroenrat as the prime minister, however…

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New government urged to get tough on graft

The Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand (ACT) has called on the incoming government to get tough on corruption and to make sure that members of the coalition parties do not get…

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Economic issues for new Thai government

As of press time, political parties from both sides are racing to sign up coalition partners. After the much-awaited general election, finally, there are signs that Thailand may soon have…

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New government to take shape in June – Dr. Wissanu Krea-ngarm

Thailand’s post-election government is expected to be formed in June, if the Election Commission (EC) is able to announce the official results of the March 24th general election by May…

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Most Thai laborers expect 400 baht minimum wage from new government: Bangkok Poll

Most Thai laborers are expecting that the minimum wage will be adjusted up to at least 400 baht when the new post-election government comes into the office, according to Bangkok…

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