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Court rejects academics’ petition against rice pledging scheme

BANGKOK, Oct 10 – The Constitution Court today rejected a petition by academics at a leading Thai development institute seeking an injunction to...

Shadow cabinet slams government’s one-year performance

BANGKOK, Aug 24 – Thailand’s opposition Democrat Party on Friday gave the Yingluck Shinawatra government a ‘thumbs-down’ for failing to carry out six...

No deliberation on reconciliation bills as Parliament session opens: House Speaker

BANGKOK, July 26 - House Speaker Somsak Kiatsuranont reaffirmed today that the proposed reconciliation bills will not be raised for deliberation when the...

ABAC Poll: Most people agree with court’s decision on constitutional change

BANGKOK, 16 July 2012  – According to a poll, most people agree with the Constitution Court’s decision to allow constitution amendment if revisions...

Security units ready to handle situation on Friday

BANGKOK, 11 July 2012 -Deputy Prime Minister General Yutthasak Sasiprapa has convened a meeting to assess the political situation on Friday when the Constitution...

Police keeping an eye on political groups as charter rewrite being...

BANGKOK, 9 July 2012-National Police Chief General Prewpan Damapong has instructed all police units to monitor any public movements when the Constitution Court hands...

House Speaker’s spokesman shows no concern over charter revision hearing

BANGKOK, 5 July 2012  - Spokesman of the House Speaker Wattana Sengphairoh has expressed confidence that the Constitution Court will judge the charter...

Opposition will boycott 3rd reading of draft charter amendment

BANGKOK, June 11 - Thailand's opposition parties on Monday vowed to not join the vote on the third reading of charter amendment draft...

Yellow Shirts postpone June 5 rally

BANGKOK, June 2 - Thailand's yellow-shirted movement, the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) on Saturday decided to postpone its June 5 rally after...

Court breaks charter revision

BANGKOK, 1 June 2012  - The Constitution Court has accepted a petition by a group of 40 Senate members on constitution amendment and...

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