EC, NACC asked to probe bribery allegedly involving MPs ahead of censure vote

A senior member of the opposition Thai Liberal party will ask the Election Commission (EC) to investigate alleged bribery implicating some MPs in smaller parties ahead of the censure debate…

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Thai Economic party withdraws from government coalition

The Thai Economic party has decided to leave the government to send a clear message to the public that the party is no longer allied with the administration of Prime…

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Unconcerned Palang Pracharath leader acknowledges declining popularity

Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan has admitted that the popularity of the Palang Pracharath (PPRP), the core government party, has been declining, but says they are trying to fix…

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Thai parliament to deliberate draft amendments to election, political party laws

Members of Thailand’s House and the Senate are scheduled to deliberate 10 draft bills attached to the electoral and political party acts today (Thursday) and tomorrow, as a key senator…

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Anutin claims two sacked Palang Pracharath MPs joined Bhumjaithai willingly

Anutin claims two sacked Palang Pracharath MPs joined Bhumjaithai willingly

Thailand’s Public Health Minister and Bhumjaithai Party Leader Anutin Charnvirakul maintained today (Tuesday) that Ekkarat Changlao and his son Wattana, both former MPs of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party and…

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Setback for Thailand’s Democrat Party as key legal expert resigns

The Democrat Party has suffered a setback as its former legal team chief and veteran politician, Tawil Praisont, quits to join the opposition Move Forward Party. Democrat Party’s Spokesman Ramet…

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Seksakol Atthawong

Ruling Palang Pracharat party dealt another blow with Rambo’s resignation

Vice Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office Seksakol Atthawong, alias “Rambo Isan”, has quit the ruling Palang Pracharat party, reportedly to join the Ruamthai Sarngchart party. The outspoken vice minister, formerly…

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Palang Pracharat party’s deputy leader Santi Promphat named new secretary-general

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan, in his capacity as leader of the ruling Palang Pracharat Party (PPRP), has signed an order appointing Santi Promphat, a deputy leader, as the party’s…

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DPM Prawit says sacked PPRP MPs still loyal to government despite no reversal in decision

Deputy Prime Minister and leader of Thailand’s ruling Palang Pracharat Party (PPRP), Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, said today (Tuesday) the group of 21 sacked MPS led by former party secretary-general Thammanat…

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Surprise hinted in Thamanat’s video released after Palang Pracharat party dismissal

In a video, posted on Facebook Thursday night, MP Thamanat Prompow claimed that an alternative political party is ready, but that he is not yet giving details. “This new home…

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Deputy PPRP leader Paiboon Nititawan says ouster of Thammanat, dissident MPs necessary

Thailand’s ruling Palang Pracharat Party (PPRP) has decided to expel its controversial secretary-general, Thammanat Prompao, and 20 MPs loyal to him because they made a demand which the party found…

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First meeting of House of Representatives this year collapses due to lack of quorum

The first meeting this year of the House of Representatives suffered a setback yesterday (Wednesday) when it was abruptly adjourned due to the lack of a quorum. The meeting began…

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Two Palang Pracharat MPs quit, new party to be launched by two ex-ministers

Two Palang Pracharat party-list MPs, Supon Fongngam and Santi Kiranand, have quit parliament, reportedly to join a new party, founded by two former ministers in the Prayut administration, which is scheduled…

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Sacked Pheu Thai MP, fellow ex-party member join Bhumjaithai party

Sacked Pheu Thai MP for Pathum Thani province, Pornpimon Thammasarn, and a former Pheu Thai MP for Ubon Ratchathani province, Sombat Rattano, officially applied to join the Bhumjaithai party, the…

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Pheu Thai party sacks two dissident MPs

The opposition Pheu Thai party decided to sack two dissident MPs, Sarunvuth Sarunkate, of Uttaradit province, and Pornpimon Thammasarn, of Pathum Thani province, for defying the party whip to vote…

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