The government yesterday thanked the United Nations Human Rights Office for Southeast Asia for welcoming Thailand’s decision to enact a law to criminalise torture and enforced disappearances, and to ratify the International Convention for the..
THE ELECTION Commission (EC) reiterated yesterday that Article 61 of the referendum law does not violate the interim charter, and it would submit a letter of explanation to the Ombudsman’s Office by next week, Election Commissioner Somchai..
The government yesterday thanked the United Nations Human Rights Office for Southeast Asia for welcoming Thailand’s decision to enact a law to criminalise torture and enforced disappearances, and to..
MORE than one-third of people surveyed by Dusit Poll want a general election to be held as soon as possible, according to latest survey results released yesterday.
PRIME Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has admitted that waste management is a problem his government has failed to tackle successfully over its two years in power.
THE government has said the main reason for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s notorious short fuse when dealing with the media could be his anger over news reports.
THE JUNTA is set to lift an order that prohibits a select group of politicians and activists from leaving the country in order to help improve the political situation.
Germany’s Ambassador to Thailand Peter Prugel led around 60 prominent representatives of the German business sector in Thailand yesterday for a meeting with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to..
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL (Thailand) and the Thai Netizens group yesterday called on the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) to revise the amended Computer Crime Act, as it potentially limits people’s..
MR SENI Pramoj, the late former prime minister and head of the Democrat Party, served as a good example of a leader who firmly adhered to the rule of law and good governance, said Chuan Leekpai, his..
THAILAND IS in serious need of an overhaul of the legal system, with more than 1,000 laws seen as inapplicable and countless regulations overlapping one another, Justice Minister General Paiboon..