BANGKOK — Pro-democracy activists are set on Saturday to join families of those who died in a 2010 military crackdown marking the eighth year since the bloodshed which killed nearly 100 people.
BANGKOK — Police officers were attempting to take a leader of the pro-democracy movement into custody Friday afternoon in downtown Bangkok.
BANGKOK — A group of pro-democracy activists will camp out on a football field Monday night before marching on the Government House in the morning to mark the fourth anniversary of the 2014 coup.
BANGKOK — A junta legal rep said Thursday he will file a police complaint against the Pheu Thai Party for violating the Computer Crime Act and political assembly ban.
BANGKOK — The government on Wednesday defended its failure to implement reforms it promised to enact upon seizing power and vowed to produce tangible results within eight months.
BANGKOK — Thailand’s largest English-language daily newspaper Tuesday disputed claims by its recently dismissed editor that he was taken off the job under pressure from the military government.
BANGKOK — A former senator on Tuesday sought to register a new political party with the Election Commission intended to support Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha’s return as prime minister after elections are held.
BANGKOK — Four years after the junta seized power and promised to transform the nation through comprehensive reforms, that process has made either no or slow process – and that’s according to the people responsible for it.
BANGKOK — Pro-democracy campaigner Ekachai Hongkangwan was back in prison Monday after refusing to meet with police for questioning in an insurrection case against him, his lawyer said.
BANGKOK — The majority of respondents to a recent poll said they would elect junta leader Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha as prime minister in upcoming elections – though they said they would give Pheu Thai party the most votes.