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In the Los Angeles suburb of Bellflower, red shirt members frequently gather to organize political activities to promote democracy millions of miles away in Thailand. Their political nemeses, the yellow shirts, are also hard at work in the Hollywood
General Prayuth Chan-ocha's call to exclude politicians from a reform council because their interests conflict with political reform. Democrat Party spokesman Chavanond Intarakomalyasut said his party agreed with Prayuth that having politicians on
The Thai military has claimed that the coup it staged May 22 was needed to restore peace and order in the country. In reality, the military intervention has restored neither peace nor order. Instead, what has come to replace the political uncertainty
From the day Thailand's military coup leader seized power last month, he has promised unspecified reforms to restore stability and return to civilian rule and democracy...According to the general, elections themselves have contributed to years of
To continue her development projects she must send her team to take care of them for her. "In this situation the party has no meetings and most MPs abandon activities because the political work may be misunderstood in such an abnormal environment."
C Dissolve Democrats, Ruangkrai urges EC The Nation June 14, 2014 1:00 am Pheu Thai Party member and former senator Ruangkrai Leekitwattana spoke to Election Commission officials yesterday about his petition requesting for the EC to dissolve the
Charupong Ruangsuwan, former Pheu Thai Party MP and former leader Jaran Ditapichai, United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship members such as Darunee Kritboonyalai and former Pheu Thai party-list MP Chinnawat Habunpad. Thammasat University law
A Thai media report alleged that former deputy interior minister Chuchart Harnsawat and former science and technology minister Woravat Auapinyakul argued after one of them lost about Bt4 million while gambling in a card game during their detention in
I affirm that he has been released," Winthai told a press conference.
00 am Former Pheu Thai MP Titima Chaisang reported to the National Council for Peace and Order at the Army Auditorium yesterday. She was among prominent figures summoned earlier but she reported herself just yesterday together with those summoned on