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The protesters guarding the headquarters of the vote. One dead and over 100 injured ,In Thailand back to the blood flow : the most serious clashes since early December have caused one death and today nearly one hundred wounded, while
Japan and Thailand will release a slew of economic data before the end of the year, while China will likely throw a big birthday bash for the late leader, Mao Zedong...Reuters Asia week ahead Video Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolves
00 am Department of Special Investigation (DSI) chief Tarit Pengdith said yesterday that the department would on Monday press charges of sedition against some 30 or so second-tier leaders of the People's Democratic Reform Committee.
The Democrat Party has asked its 180 provincial branches to seek their constituents' opinions about whether the party should boycott the February 2 election. Chavanond said the party would call a meeting tomorrow to make a final decision on the
Suthep Thaugsuban, demands that political reform must be implemented before the next general election, while the government and the ruling Pheu Thai Party insist the election, scheduled for February 2, should come first. Both sides back their stances
Economic Populism Is a Dead End for Democrats." That's the title on a recent op-ed piece written by a couple of longtime political flacks for Wall Street and published, naturally, in the Wall Street Journal. When the Barons of Big Money start rolling
The Democrats have to make a difficult decision on whether to contest or boycott the general election on February 2, while caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is reportedly feeling disheartened and is unsure about continuing her political
I will still be with the Democrat Party even though I do not hold any position on the new executive board. I will continue reforming the party as already endorsed by the general assembly. That job is about halfway complete and I will continue with
Thailand's main opposition Democrat Party reappointed former premier Abhisit Vejjajiva as its leader on Tuesday but members could not agree on whether to run in an early election or stick with street protesters who want to reform the political system.
Abhisit, who received 98 per cent of the votes and was nominated by party adviser Banyat Banthatthan, thanked party members for their support...Former Asean secretary general Surin Pitsuwan, earlier rumoured for selection as party leader to enhance