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  • February 27, 2015

    Prayut ready to testify in Abhisit impeachment case

    ... believed this case would put the Army in the hot seat, as Abhisit had named the three top military men Prayut, Anupong and Prawit in his case. The Democrat leader had said his government would have been charged with dereliction of duty if did nothing at a time when some protesters were resorting to heavy...

    Politics
  • February 27, 2015

    Govt must take public into confidence on oil concessions

    ... Thaksin Shinawatra's government, was named to the joint committee on the non-government side. Former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, leader of Democrat Party, was also present with opponents of the bid at Friday's energy forum. Some of the main points to be amended, apart from adding the PSC system to the...

    Politics
  • February 26, 2015

    Abhisit ready to prove innocence in NACC impeachment bid

    Abhisit said he was confident and ready to prove his innocence and explained that the situation he was in was not easy to handle. He insisted that he had adjusted strategies to avoid casualties but it was not easy because armed men were mingling among the protesters. Vicha Mahakhun, spokesman for...

    Politics
  • February 26, 2015

    'No threat' to energy security

    ... has these attributes." Exploration contract, meanwhile, is a method used in oil-rich countries like Saudi Arabia. Hence it is crucial that every party has to first agree if Thailand has plenty of petroleum resources or not. The decision to delay was made after strong pressure from a civic group who wanted...

    Business
  • February 25, 2015

    Only one verdict will bring 'happiness'

    ..., "See We told you she was guilty, and her fleeing proves it." This way Yingluck escapes a jail sentence, her supporters are pacified, the Democrat Party is rid of a formidable opponent and, most of all, the coup is justified. Everybody lives happily ever after. Somsak Pola

    Opinion
  • February 25, 2015

    Abhisit ready to prove innocence in NACC impeachment bid

    Abhisit said he was confident and ready to prove his innocence and explained that the situation he was in was not easy to handle. He insisted that he had adjusted strategies to avoid casualties but it was not easy because armed men were mingling among the protesters. Vicha Mahakhun, spokesman for...

    Politics
  • February 25, 2015

    Abhisit ready to prove innocence in NACC impeachment bid

    Abhisit said he was confident and ready to prove his innocence and explained that the situation he was in was not easy to handle. He insisted that he had adjusted strategies to avoid casualties but it was not easy because armed men were mingling among the protesters. Vicha Mahakhun, spokesman for...

    Breakingnews
  • February 23, 2015

    Drafters in Pattaya to begin political debate

    ... future. The drafters are scheduled to begin their five-day meeting today to come up with a chapter on political system, politicians and political parties. Regardless of which proposals they decide to add to the charter next week, they are still likely to earn criticism from the country's wider political...

    Politics
  • February 22, 2015

    'Let both sides govern in coalition'

    ONE POSSIBLE way of achieving sustainable reconciliation would be to create a coalition government comprised of the two main rival political parties, key members of the National Reform Council (NRC)'s reconciliation panel suggested yesterday. The panel's chairman Anek Laothamatas also said an independent...

    Politics
  • February 19, 2015

    Abhisit urges junta to consider underlying causes of political unrest

    Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha is being urged to wield his absolute power under the interim charter to bring national reconciliation efforts to fruition. The power is granted to him by Article 44 of the provisional constitution as head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)...

    Politics