File photo : Pannika Wanich

 Pannika vows to stay in politics

Pannika Wanich has vowed to stay engaged in political activities, despite being banned from election or appointment to political office for life by the Supreme Court. Writing on her Facebook…

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Spat between Move Forward Leader and former Future Forward grandee

Move Forward Party Leader Pita Limjaroenrat and Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, former secretary-general of the now defunct Future Forward Party, are engaged in a spat over the former’s prediction of a landslide…

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Thai parliament drops Progressive Movement’s bill on local administration

The Progressive Movement-initiated bill to decentralise local administration, to allow greater autonomy for local administrations in managing their affairs, was rejected by a joint session of the House and Senate…

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Progressive movement hopes for endorsement of Bill to decentralise power

Thailand’s Progressive Movement has expressed hope that its draft Bill, to amend Section 147 of the Constitution and decentralise local administration, will pass its first reading inthe joint session of…

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Police waiting for psychiatric report on Bangkok Book Fair attacker

Police are waiting for a psychiatric report on the man who allegedly attacked Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit at the annual book fair at Queen Sirikit National Convention last week,…

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Progressive Movement’s Pannika Wanich banned from renewing her passport

Progressive Movement core member Pannika Wanich says she has been banned from renewing her passport, following Phaya Thai police’s order to prevent the renewal of the passports of three core…

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Thanathorn discusses vaccine production and management last year

Thai Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn indicted on lèse majesté charge

Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit was indicted by public prosecutors on a lèse majesté charge and for violations of the Computer Crime Act today (Monday) for his livestream talk on…

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Progressive Movement unveils draft charter to decentralize local administration

The Progressive Movement has unveiled its draft constitutional amendment, which seeks to dismantle state control over local administrative bodies by giving them more freedom and independence in the management of…

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File photo of Pannika Wanich by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP

Progressive Movement’s Pannika indicted with computer crime over Facebook posts

Former Future Forward MP, and a key member of the Progressive Movement, Pannika Wanich, was indicted today (Friday) in the Criminal Court by public prosecutors for violating the Computer Crime…

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Photo from Facebook page “Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit – ธนาธร จึงรุ่งเรืองกิจ”

Thailand’s Progressive Movement wins 38 mayoral seats in Sunday’s sub-district elections

Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit said today (Monday), that he is pleased and proud with the movement’s achievement in the Sub-district (Tambon) Administrative Organization (TAO) elections on Sunday, which saw…

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Assoc. Prof Dr. Piyabutr Saengkanokkul of the Progressive Movement (L) and Parit Wacharasindhu of the Re-solution group (R) on November 17, 2021

Thais asked not to lose hope despite rejection by parliament of ‘People’s Constitution’ draft

Secretary-general of the Progressive Movement, a non-party reincarnation of the now-defunct Future Forward party, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, has pleaded with members of the public not to lose hope,…

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Key proponents of Thailand’s ‘People’s Constitution’ draft plead with lawmakers to pass first reading

A key proponent of the People’s Constitution draft, Parit Wacharasindhu, pleaded with members of the Thai parliament to be open-minded, claiming that the proposed legislation is not intended to replace…

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Facebook: Re-Solution ถึงเวลารัฐธรรมนูญใหม่

Re-Solution group submits charter amendment proposals with over 150,000 signatures

Thailand’s “Re-Solution” political action group submitted its constitutional amendment proposals to House Speaker Chuan Leekpai on Wednesday, with over 150,000 signatures from members of the public collected in support, three…

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Thai politicians and activists join Myanmar people at embassy to protest against the coup in Myanmar

Leaders of the Progressive Movement and Ratsadon anti-establishment group joined Myanmar supporters of NLD leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday in a protest, in front of the Myanmar embassy…

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Progressive Movement handed hard lesson as old patronage politics dominates local elections

The outcome of Sunday’s local elections was little different from previous polls, despite being the first to be held in Thailand since 2012. As expected, “Baan Yai” or “big house”…

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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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Thailand’s election watchdog asked to investigate whether Progressive Movement functions like a political party

Thailand’s Election Commission has been asked, by political activist Srisuwan Janya, to investigate the conduct of the Progressive Movement, led by Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, which he accuses of functioning like a…

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Thai police raid Progressive Movement’s offices

Thai police raided the office of the Kao Na, or Progressive Movement, this afternoon, as Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, a key member of the movement, was holding a press conference about the…

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Progressive Movement claims it was slandered over donation disbursement

The Progressive Movement (Kao Na) issued a statement today to defend itself against, what it described as, dirty political slander over its allegedly opaque disbursement of about 7.5 million baht…

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(Photo) Democrat Party

Democrat party hits back at Progressive Movement’s laser messages

Thailand’s Democrat party has accused the Progressive Movement of distorting facts about the crackdown on red-shirt protesters in Bangkok by the government of then Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva a decade…

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