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New govt coalition parties yet to agree terms
Post Reporters, Published on 21/05/2023
» Potential governing coalition parties have yet to agree on the terms of a memorandum of understanding expected to be announced on Monday, according to a senior Move Forward Party (MFP) official.
A probe too far
Oped, Editorial, Published on 20/05/2023
» The Public Health Ministry's disciplinary probe against Dr Supat Hasuwannakit, director of Songkhla's Saba Yoi Hospital and president of the Rural Doctors Society (RDS), heightens suspicions about whether the move is politically motivated.
Coalition talks spook markets amid split over LM
Bloomberg News, Published on 19/05/2023
» Thailand’s pro-democracy parties faced built-in obstacles to forming a government even before a historic win in Sunday’s general election. Now that resistance is starting to take shape, making investors wary of a protracted political uncertainty.
Bhumjaithai rejects candidates supporting changes to lese majeste law
Online Reporters, Published on 18/05/2023
» The Bhumjaithai Party, which unofficially secured the third-most House seats, made an announcement stating their refusal to support any prime ministerial candidate or political party seeking to revoke or amend the lese majeste law.
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Pheu Thai denies Bhumjaithai deal talk
News, Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 17/05/2023
» The Pheu Thai Party has dismissed media speculation that it plans to enter talks with Bhumjaithai, the third biggest party, to try and form a coalition government together.
MFP win kindles hopes
Oped, Editorial, Published on 17/05/2023
» The May 14 election results, with the Move Forward Party taking the lead, are a shock to the conservative wing as well as those who cling to the status quo.
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Legal pot - for money or medicine?
By Bangkok Post
Posted at 18/02/2019 Clip length 01:46
Politeness needed in formation of new govt, says DPM Wissanu
Wassana Nanuam, Published on 16/05/2023
» Polite negotiations and kindness are needed for the successful formation of the new government, not the trading of insults, caretaker Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Tuesday.
Pita: Move Forward, Pheu Thai can form government
Gary Boyle, Published on 15/05/2023
» The Move Forward Party (MFP) is expected to form a coalition with Pheu Thai as unofficial election results showed they were leading in a tight race.
Political party leaders kick off nationwide vote
News, Post Reporters, Published on 15/05/2023
» Party leaders were among throngs of Thai voters appearing at polling stations nationwide on Sunday to cast ballots in an election that will decide whether Prayut Chan-o-cha will be ousted and replaced as prime minister after eight years in power.
Pita: MFP, Pheu Thai can form government
News, Published on 15/05/2023
» The Pheu Thai Party is expected to form a coalition with the Move Forward Party (MFP) as unofficial election results showed they were neck and neck in a tight race.
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