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Last Friday, the opposition Democrats submitted a censure motion against Yingluck and Interior Minister Charupong Ruangsuwan. They also filed an impeachment motion against the two and deputy Prime Minister Plodprasop Suraswadi for abusing power
Pongthep was representing Yingluck in answering a motion submitted by Democrat MP Rangsima Rodrassamee. "After the court has issued the ruling, the prime minister instructed the Council of State to study the ruling in detail to advise the prime
Sunday the number of anti-government protesters at Democracy Monument would grow to a million. Suthep, who resigned as a Democrat MP to lead the protest and who has been camping at Democracy Monument for two weeks, surprised many with the ambitious
The organisers said they don't want to be pulled into ongoing political conflicts. The conference, where all members of the trade associations will gather and discuss key issues, will take place in the southern province of Trang during November 22-24.
Bangkok as protesters wait to hear the Constitutional Court's ruling on charter amendment. About two companies of policemen were deployed to secure the court compound, with 20 officers taking up sentry duty to keep out unauthorised individuals.
The British government said Tuesday it was warning of the security risks of traveling to Thailand because of the possibility of large protests this week. The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office said there have been a number of political
He was speaking after the 312 MPs and a group of senators announced today that they would not accept the ruling on the charter amendment concerning the Senate. The court is scheduled to rule on Wednesday. "Pheu Thai party's announcement today shows
John Key went off script to tell a UN seminar in Bangkok about NZ. Photo / One News PM leaves human rights issues behind to focus on building a better business relationship with Thailand After three days of scrutiny of his reaction to Sri Lanka's
Paradorn said it would not be unusual should the meeting be postponed. The Songkhla meeting would be the third one organised in the South by the government.
Constitutional Court hands down a ruling tomorrow that is very bad for the government. United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship chairwoman Thida Thavornseth said some 80,000 to 100,000 red shirts would rally today at Rajamangala Stadium in the