New panel to review the Navy’s Chinese submarine deal

A new panel is expected to be formed on Wednesday to review the Navy’s procurement of Chinese-made submarines, Defence Minister Sutin Klungsang said today. The panel will comprise 13-15 members,…

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Thai Sang Thai vows to monitor Srettha government closely

The Thai Sang Thai party has declared that, in opposition, it will do its duty to debate and examine the details of government policies, with the full intention to protect…

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Lengthy parliamentary debate expected during PM selection on August 22nd

Pheu Thai party’s prime ministerial candidate does not need to give a vision statement during the joint sitting of parliament, scheduled on August 22nd to select the prime minister, said…

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August 22nd set for next vote on a new prime minister

House speaker Wan Muhamad Noor Matha has set August 22nd as the date for the next joint sitting of the Thai parliament to select a new prime minister. He said…

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House speaker suspends joint sitting on Friday

The joint sitting of parliament today (Friday) did not consider a motion, proposed by the Move Forward party, to revoke Article 272 of the Constitution, which allows senators to vote…

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Move Forward party advised to stay away from changing Thai national day

The Move Forward party has been advised to focus on addressing “bread-and-butter” issues, instead of advocating for a change of Thailand’s national day, from December 5th to June 24th, which…

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Move Forward and Pheu Thai tussle over House speakership

The political war of words over the House speakership, between two major coalition parties, Move Forward and Pheu Thai, continued on Wednesday. Unofficial party-list MP Adisorn Piengket, said that the…

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Bhumjaithai and Move Forward parties in spat over hospital director’s transfer

The pro-government Bhumjaithai Party and the opposition Move Forward Party are engaged in a spat over the recent transfer of the director of Chana District Hospital, Dr. Supat Hasuwannakit, to…

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Move Forward party member found hanged in Nakhon Ratchasima

A political activist and member of the opposition Move Forward party has been found hanged near a police kiosk in the Chaloem Phra Kiat district of Thailand’s north-eastern province of…

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Move Forward MP reports to police to hear criminal defamation charge

Move Forward party-list MP Rangsiman Rome reported to the Bang Khun Non police this morning (Friday), to acknowledge a criminal defamation charge filed against him in connection with claims he…

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Story of Thai policeman in exile and victims of human trafficking revealed in parliament

Pol Maj-Gen Paween Pongsirin, former deputy commissioner of the 8th Provincial Police Bureau, who led an investigation into a Rohingya human trafficking network over six years ago, said last night…

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Charter amendment bill set aside as Thai lawmakers debate if it even exists 

Wednesday’s parliamentary session was marked by long and heated arguments over whether the charter-amendment bill should go to a final reading or be dropped altogether. Last week, the Constitutional Court…

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