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Following the Supreme Administrative Court ruling on Friday that the transfer of Thawil to an advisory role attached to PM's Office was unlawful, Senator Paiboon Nititawan said that tomorrow he and at least one-tenth of all senators would petition
Somchai, who is in charge of organising such elections, posted on his Facebook wall that the tentative schedule was agreed upon during a meeting he held in Songkhla province yesterday with the governors of 14 southern provinces and representatives of
Wednesday to rally at the ruling Pheu Thai Party headquarters, demanding the party stop supporting separatism. The anti-government protesters mobilised following the remarks of Jarupong Ruangsuwan, Pheu Thai Party leader and caretaker interior
Senate election will be a ballot with huge significance for the Pheu Thai political camp, as the first job for the new senators could be to remove caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra from her post in relation to the rice-pledging scheme.
Party spokesman Prompong Nopparit said yesterday the party would help its candidates sue the EC for violating Article 20 of the EC Act by neglecting its duties. He dismissed the EC's meeting today as unnecessary, as there was no conflict over the
C Coalition parties boost pressure on EC The Nation February 22, 2014 1:00 am Coalition parties are joining hands to pressure the Election Commission (EC) into holding a new round of voting to fill the remaining seats in the House of Representatives.
C Pheu Thai agrees to meet with EC The Nation February 15, 2014 1:00 am The Election Commission will talk to the Pheu Thai Party on Monday to try to resolve voting issues and find solutions to the political impasse, Election Commissioner Somchai
Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva said that while the court saw no basis to hear the case, the Democrats would continue to work on it. If the government and the Election Commission (EC) could agree that the February 2 election was vexed by many legal
The Pheu Thai Party had asked the court to rule on whether the antigovernment protest calling on the Yingluck Shinawatra government to step down and hand power to an unelected government to reform the country was in violation of Article 68 of the
He said several segments of society were agreed that the country urgently needs national reform and that the snap polls, which failed to take place in scores of constituencies nationwide, should not be held again. Abhisit said a general election, if