Query on BAAC Government FacilitiesDear Khaosod Editor and Mr. Kittiratt Na Ranong, Minister of FinanceI have a query on the subject of why the...
Article 7 of Thailand’s Constitution must be revised to prevent political actors from using it to justify circumventing other articles in the Constitution.
By Zhang Jun
(4 November) Since its departure from its original form, the government-sponsored Amnesty Bill has been attracting much criticism from members of the public of various backgrounds.
Regardless of the pretext or intention, the martial law imposed by the Royal Thai Army today infringes on the rights of Thai citizens and should be repealed without delay.
(13 November) The International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on the ownership of the territory around Preah Vihear Temple has turned out to be what many sides have expected: that the ICJ would rule the case with the intention to promote peace between Thailand and Cambodia in mind.
Weeks ago, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra called for various responsible for the county’s economic policies to discuss about the economic downturn in the first...
The junta's 2014 Interim Constitution is robbing Thai people of their political voices.
A number of media has reported recently that Ms. Supa Piyajitti, head of the Finance Ministry Subcommittee, recently testified to the Committee of Economics, Commerce and Industry that the government′s rice-pledging scheme has been corrupted in ′every process′.
By Yu Yongding