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A photo showing one of the paintings found at Khao Yala archaeological site.

Gov’t Gives Up Part of Prehistoric Cave Painting Site For Mining

YALA — An archaeological site in southern Thailand could be demolished to make way for a commercial mining operation, a person familiar with the matter said Thursday.
A file photo of Future Forward Party founders Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit and Piyabutr Saengkanokkul.

Future Forward Party Found Guilty, Disbanded by Court

BANGKOK — The Constitutional Court on Friday dissolved a key opposition party for violating election laws by accepting an illegal loan from its billionaire founder.

Apirat Punishes Officer Accused of Misdeed, Introduces Civilian Oversight

BANGKOK — Army chief Gen. Apirat Kongsompong on Tuesday transferred an army colonel from his post in a self-declared move to crack down on corruption within the force.
Parina Kraikupt during a House committee meeting on Jan. 22, 2020.

Activist to Sue Land Officials for Letting Parina Off the Hook

BANGKOK — A transparency activist on Thursday threatened to sue land officials for declining to pursue charges against a coalition politician accused of land encroachment.

Activist Says Naming Bridge After Prayuth May Cost Him Premiership

BANGKOK — A transparency campaigner on Friday said a request by a government lawmaker to name a proposed bridge after PM Prayuth Chan-ocha risks breaching the nation’s highest law.

Complaint Filed Over Retailers’ Total Ban on Plastic Bag

BANGKOK — A transparency activist on Monday accused retailers of taking advantage of consumers in stopping to give out plastic bags without offering them free alternatives.
A file photo of Parina Kraikup.

Deputy PM Suggests Parina Can Avoid Jail Term by Returning Lands

BANGKOK — Transparency activists on Wednesday condemned a remark by Deputy PM Wissanu Krea-ngam, who implied that a politician can sidestep encroachment charges by simply handing the disputed lands back to the authorities.
A now-deleted photo originally posted by Facebook user Laphatrada Waka showing draftees allegedly ordered to wash a car at a senior officer’s house.

Activist Demands Probe into Army Conscripts Forced to Wash Cars, Peel Durian

BANGKOK — A transparency activist said he will petition Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha Friday to investigate the mistreatment of conscripts allegedly forced to perform various housework for a retired senior officer.

Ombudsman to Decide on Prayuth’s Royal Oath Blunder

BANGKOK — The Ombudsman’s Office is set to rule tomorrow on what to do with a complaint against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha’s incomplete oath of office, officials said Monday.
Screenshot from a video showing Sira Jenjaka, second from the left, arguing with Police Lt. Col. Prateung Ponmana, right, at a condominium sales office in Phuket on Aug. 18.

‘I Am Pooyai!’ Pro-Govt MP Blasts Cop for Not Providing Escort

PHUKET — Top government officials on Tuesday distanced themselves from a coalition politician who stirred public outcry by disparaging a policeman for not providing him a security escort.

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