BANGKOK 28 March 2014 The Election Commission (EC) Secretary General has invited the general public to cast their votes during the senatorial election on March 30 , assuring there would be no election obstructions.
Election Commission Secretary-General Puchong Nutrawong stated that he...
overnment to hold a general election in 60 days or invite political parties to reach an agreement on the new balloting date after the Constitutional Court decided yesterday to annul the Feb 2 poll, according to an election commissioner.
BANGKOK, March 4 – The Election Commission (EC) will today officially seek the Constitutional Court’s ruling on its disagreement with the government concerning a royal decree to call for new elections in 28 constituencies in Thailand’s South.
BANGKOK, Feb 27 – The Election Commission (EC) will seek a Constitution Court’s ruling on whether a royal decree would be required to hold new elections in 28 unsuccessful constituencies in Thailand’s South.
BANGKOK, Jan 27 – Thailand's caretaker prime minister and the country's Election Commission (EC) chairman are scheduled to meet tomorrow to discuss the possibility of postponing the Feb 2 general election.
BANGKOK, Jan 22 – The Election Commission (EC) has turned down the government’s request to seek additional loans to subsidise the controversial rice pledging scheme, saying it lacks the authority to do so.
BANGKOK, 19 January 2014 Election Commission ofThailand representatives will today visit the Kurusapa Publishing House after it was broken in over the weekend by anti-government protesters to destroy the election ballots. The protesters also chained the building’s entry doors shut to prevent officials...
BANGKOK, 6 January 2014 The Election Commission (EC) is hosting a meeting of political parties’ accountants to give them guidelines and regulations on election expenses of political parties and candidates. Accountants and financial officers from 38 political parties as well as provincial members of...
BANGKOK, 29 December 2013, The Election Commission (EC) has announced that registration for constituency-based candidates in 8 southern provinces might be cancelled again for the second time, as demonstrators continue to block the venues.
BANGKOK, 23 December 2013 The Election Commission (EC) has decided not to assign numbers to party-list candidates today as many political parties are still unable to access the registration venue to submit their list of candidates.