PRIME Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha yesterday proposed setting up a joint working group on the repatriation of “displaced people”, in a camp in Tak border province. He also told visiting Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi there would be more..
Academics expressed their pessimism over Thai democracy 84 years after the country abandoned absolute monarchy and became a constitutional monarchy.
AS it approaches the final bend, Thailand has high hopes that its efforts in achieving sustainable development will earn it a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council.
PRIME Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha yesterday proposed setting up a joint working group on the repatriation of “displaced people”, in a camp in Tak border province. He also told visiting Myanmar..
The former secretary-general of Asean has called on the Thai media to help bring back “the democratic space” to the country without it leading to conflict and violence.
With six weeks left before Thai people vote on the country’s future at the August 7 referendum, the Constitution Drafting Commission (CDC) is trying hard to boost public understanding in the hope..
DEPUTY PRIME Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said yesterday that he would look into the UK court ruling to see if Thailand could claim compensation for the purchase of fake bomb-detection devices.
FORMER PREMIER Yingluck Shinawatra is seeking to appeal a lower court’s decision to dismiss her countersuit responding to a civil liability lawsuit alleging she caused more than Bt280 billion in..
Red-Shirt leaders demand to know why anti-fraud centres were shut down.
THE UNITED Nations’ human rights body has publicised its letter to the junta government in which it calls attention to the judicial processes against 26 people accused of lese majeste and violating..