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Thailand's ex-PM Thaksin Shinawatra denies Red Shirts had any ...

The Thai political party ousted by the country's ruling military junta has denied any involvement in the bomb attacks on popular tourist destinations that killed four people this week. The explosions injured more than 30 others in the city of Hua ... International Business Times UK, 1 week ago
Thai police look for suspects after bombs hit tourist sites Equilibrio Informativo, 1 week ago
Thai Police Arrest Suspect, Locate 3 Cell Phones Used in Bombings Latin American Herald Tribune, 1 week ago

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Channel NewsAsia

Ex-premier Abhisit turns on Thai junta's draft charter

BANGKOK: A former prime minister whose party supported Thailand's last coup lambasted the junta's new constitution on Wednesday (Jul 27) before a referendum on it, a rare blow to the army from within its own political camp. Abhisit Vejjajiva, who ...
 Channel NewsAsia4 weeks ago Thailand's Democrat Party to Reject Constitution Drafted by Military  Latin American Herald Tribune4 weeks ago
Reuters India

Thai junta adamant it won't contest national election

BANGKOK — A day after Thailand endorsed a military-backed Constitution to pave the way for a general election, the country's junta government said yesterday it had no intention of forming a political party to contest the national polls. At the ...
 Today Online2 weeks ago Thai opposition now looking to 2017 vote  Gulf Times2 weeks ago Junta's constitution marks a clear win in Thailand referendum  Daily Sabah2 weeks ago Thailand approves military constitution  Reuters India2 weeks ago

Ex-Thai premier appears in court over rice subsidy scheme

Thailand's former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) - Thailand's former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra attended a court hearing on August 5 over a rice subsidy scheme during her administration, which allegedly ...
 VietnamPlus2 weeks ago XINHUA - Ex-Thai premier Yingluck appears in court over rice subsidy scheme  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Ex-Thai premier Yingluck appears in court over rice subsidy scheme  China Economic Net2 weeks ago Former Thai PM a divisive figure  China Daily Asia2 months ago
Japan Times

Thai Junta Poll Win Sends Country 'Backwards'

A referendum victory for Thailand's ruling generals over a new constitution is a "backwards" step for the country, the toppled ex-premier said Monday as the democracy movement reels from its first poll defeat in a decade. The bitterly divided ...
 Naharnet2 weeks ago Thai junta poll win sends country backward: Yingluck  Japan Times2 weeks ago Junta poll win sends country backwards  Gulf Times2 weeks ago

Roundup: Public debate on Thai constitution to be held in all provinces: Deputy premier

Public debate on Thailand's draft constitution will be held in all provinces throughout the country, confirmed Deputy Premier Prawit Wongsuwan on Thursday. Gen Prawit, who is concurrently defense minister, declined to tell how soon such public ... month ago Public debate on Thai constitution to be held in all provinces: Deputy premier  China Economic Net1 month ago

Thailand's Military Junta Rigs Constitutional Referendum, Wins Vote for Continued Authoritarian Rule

(Before It's News) Doug Bandow The Thai people voted on the latest constitution pushed by the reigning military junta. A no vote was the only way to protest General/Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's dictatorship, but a majority of Thais ...
 Before It's News2 weeks ago Thais to vote on debate-stifled junta constitution  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Thai Military Junta Urges People to Cast Votes in Constitutional Referendum  Latin American Herald Tribune3 weeks ago
Economy Watch

Thailand's constitutional referendum is in a mess

After some months of uncertainty, a representative from Thailand's Democrat Party declared two weeks ago in a televised seminar that the party would not support the proposed draft Constitution in Sunday's referendum. This follows an earlier ...
 Today Online3 weeks ago Thailand not Quite Prepared for the King's Passing  Economy Watch1 month ago
The Interpreter

Unofficial referendum results show Thais support draft constitution

Topics of the discussion were not available, but were believed to involve the results of the nationwide referendum on the charter which saw 15.5 million voters approve it, compared to 9.7 million others who disapproved it. Nearly two years ago, ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago After the referendum, Thailand remains a nation divided  The Interpreter2 weeks ago

Thailand's Next Year: Meet the New Boss…

loading... by Joshua Kurlantzick August 10, 2016 After the junta-managed referendum was approved by voters earlier this week, Thailand plans to hold elections in November 2017, according to the military regime. As I wrote earlier, the charter ...
 Council On Foreign Relations2 weeks ago What Happens After Thailand's Referendum?  Council On Foreign Relations3 weeks ago Thailand's August 7 Referendum: Some Background  Council On Foreign Relations3 weeks ago
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