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Pheu Thai Party opposes Constitutional Court ruling on invalid election

BANGKOK, March 21 - Thailand's ruling Pheu Thai Party today issued a statement opposing the Constitutional Court ruling's to nullify the Feb 2 election,...

Charter court rejects petition for annulment of Feb 2 poll

BANGKOK, 12 February 2014 The Constitutional Court has resolved not to accept a petition lodged by a former Democrat MP to have the February...

Anti-democracy charges against protesters rejected

BANGKOK, Feb 12 – The Constitution Court today dismissed a petition by Pheu Thai Party spokesman Prompong Nopparit against protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban for...

Pheu Thai Party plans harsh reaction to protesters, Democrat Party

BANGKOK, Feb 4 - The ruling Pheu Thai Party is lodging a complaint with the Election Commission (EC), demanding legal action against anti-government protesters...

Election unaffected by protesters’ shutdown of ballot printing shop

BANGKOK, Jan 20 – The blockade of government-run Kurusapa printing shop, responsible for printing election ballots, will not jeopardise the approaching election, caretaker Deputy...

Southern MP candidates seek court injunction

BANGKOK, Jan 6 - Election candidates of the ruling party in Thailand's South who were unable to register their candidacies as the process was...

PDRC: No representatives to join Govt’s political reform as it’s only...

BANGKOK, Dec 15 - A spokesman from the anti-government People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) said the group did not send any representatives to join...

Urgent meeting for ruling Pheu Thai members today

BANGKOK, Dec 6 – Thailand's ruling Pheu Thai Party is meeting specially today to plan the next move after an announcement by anti-government protesters...

Pheu Thai asks DSI to charge ‘Suthep’ with treason

BANGKOK, 2 December 2013 Pheu Thai Party has asked the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to file treason charge against Mr. Suthep Thaugsuban. ...

Pheu Thai MPs brace for no-confidence debate

BANGKOK, Nov 18 – The ruling Pheu Thai Party will meet urgently tomorrow to prepare for the opposition’s no-confidence debate against Prime Minister Yingluck...

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