BANGKOK — The junta-appointed legislature’s decision to send its senate bill for legal review could see elections pushed back once again.
BANGKOK — Seeking an interview with Kittichai Ngamchaipisit, electrician, university dropout and co-founder of the Commoner Party, was a very low-profile affair.
BANGKOK — The election commission on Monday rejected the formation of a communist party on grounds that it was unconstitutional.
KHON KAEN — The deputy governor of a northeastern province apologized on Sunday after an official letter he signed urging bureaucrats to end local people’s “stupidity.”
BANGKOK — Junta leader Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha urged the public on Friday to be critical while consuming news and information from social media.
BANGKOK — Co-founders of the newly established Future Forward Party made it clear the party would support neither an unelected prime minister nor undemocratic elements Thursday in comments about the need to redeem Thailand from what they dubbed a “lost decade.”
BANGKOK — A new political party led by a multi-billionaire and a prominent law lecturer formally launched Thursday, in a bid to try and win support from those fed up with the decade-long political paralysis.
BANGKOK — An activist monk who helped lead street protests that paved way for the 2014 military coup was indicted on a charge of insurrection along with other activists Wednesday.
BANGKOK — When the head of a yet unnamed party recently threw the gauntlet down to a political rival, it wasn’t to duel or debate.
BANGKOK — A transparency activist on Tuesday called for the entire welfare ministry to be put under inquiry after officials uncovered massive fraud in a national assistance program for the poor.