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PM: Roadmap doesn’t prolong NCPO’s power

Bangkok - The prime minister has reiterated that the country’s reform roadmap does not prolong military control at the expense of political parties or...

Police step up investigation into former PM’s flight

BANGKOK– Royal Thai Police are to discuss former Prime Minister Yingluck's flight from court proceedings, with the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)...

NCPO receives over 1,000 complaints in a month

BANGKOK – The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has received multiple complaints in the month since launching its complaint center. Colonel Sirichan Ngathong,...

Asia Hotel beach vendors get eviction notice

Owners of five structures built on the beach behind the Asia Hotel have been told to remove their property within 30 days. Lt. Suwit Laklang...

NCPO steps up work against narcotics

BANGKOK – The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has called for action against narcotics to be enhanced as part of its social...

8,000 vehicles impounded from drunk drivers during Songkran

BANGKOK - The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has reported that over 8,000 vehicles were confiscated from drunk drivers over the Songkran...

PM says ‘there will be a general election’

Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha insists that a general election will take place according to the country’s roadmap, adding that a cabinet reshuffle is...

15 revolutionary activists freed on bail

The Bangkok Military Court on Monday freed on bail 15 activists of the so-called Revolutionary Alliance for Democracy but banned them from engaging in...

Spring News fined 50,000 baht for defying NCPO orders

The broadcasting board of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission decided by 4:1 votes on Monday to fine Spring News digital TV station 50,000...

Peace TV petitions Administrative Court to thwart suspension order

Peace TV on Thursday sought help from the Administrative Court to thwart an order from the National Broadcasting Commission to pull the plug of...

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