Six Thai media organizations urge everyone in political conflict to show restraint

Thailand’s six media organizations issued a joint statement today (Sunday), urging all parties in the current political conflicts to exercise restraint, following a violent protest Saturday night, at and around…

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Medical Council opposes violence and provocation by either side of political conflict

The executive subcommittee of Thailand’s Medical Council issued a statement on Monday voicing opposition to violation of the law and the use of provocative acts and excessive force by all…

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Thai PM says dialogue is the best approach to resolving political conflict

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha reiterated today that he is receptive to the opinions of all parties and believes that dialogue, involving all stakeholders, is the best approach to resolving the…

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House Speaker tells PM all parties agree to a special parliamentary session

Parliament President Chuan Leekpai has formally informed Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha about cross party agreement to the opening of an extraordinary parliamentary session, to discuss the current political conflict,…

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Thai MPs to discuss how Parliament can help solve the current political conflict

Parliament President Chuan Leekpai has scheduled an informal cross-party meeting for consultation on how Thailand’s Parliament can contribute to ending the current political conflict, which is pitting student-led protesters, demanding…

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Thailand’s ‘cancel culture’ is deepening the political divide

As Thailand’s deep political divide cracks even wider, celebrities, businesses and media outlets are learning the hard way that harsh consequences lie in wait for those who take sides. The…

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