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Some key Cabinet members confirmed [her decision] early yesterday morning by phone while they were checking the report [seeking royal approval for a House dissolution]." Although the premier did not inform the coalition partners herself, she was
He said at 7pm that the blanket amnesty bill was just the tip of the iceberg of a bigger problem for the country and identified that problem as the Thaksin regime. Suthep opened the so-called "the people's court" for a second time. The first was
Second, why do pro-Thaksin Shinawatra red-shirts seem utterly unconcerned by the alleged corruption and abuse of power verdicts against Thaksin, the ousted and fugitive former premier? Let me try to tackle the two questions, beginning with the first.
The vast majority of so-called progressive and intellectual reds have become disillusioned with the ruling Pheu Thai Party and Thaksin. They blame the ousted and fugitive former premier for this self-serving, grand-bargain attempt to have himself
The main event holding people's attention was the political reform forum initiated by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Most political observers have been hoping this forum will help solve the conflicts and shape the country for a better future...
00 am The House of Representatives has passed the first reading of the amnesty bill, but that is only the first step...Article 3 of the bill says people in cases related to political movements, such as street protests and riots between September 19,
A Thai web designer convicted of defaming Thailand's monarchy was released from jail Friday after receiving a royal pardon from the king. Activist and academic Suda Rangkupan said Tanyawut Taweewarodomkul was freed from Bangkok Remand Prison on
HUNDREDS of anti-government protesters - many wearing white masks - have converged on Bangkok's shopping district. The
Yingluck's speech would not have attracted this huge interest had she not spoken on the international stage. Less than a week after the speech, Chai, whose real name is Somchai Katanyutanan, posted on his Facebook page photographs of Yingluck
Thaksin made a Skype video call to address redshirt demonstrators at Sanam Luang Wednesday night and strongly attacked the courts for being unfair to him and his political party. The redshirts were holding a rally to commemorate the third anniversary