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Thailand signals another U-turn on cannabis

Gary Boyle, Published on 24/07/2024

» Thailand will work towards controlling the use of cannabis through laws instead of re-listing it as a narcotic, according to Deputy Prime Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, in yet another policy U-turn.

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Coalition allies deny making deals over golf

Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 24/07/2024

» The ruling Pheu Thai Party and coalition partner Bhumjaithai Party have denied striking any secret deals after former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra and Bhumjaithai leader Anutin Charnvirakul were spotted playing golf together at a resort in Nakhon Ratchasima at the weekend.

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Senate Speaker roles give Bhumjaithai more clout

Published on 23/07/2024

» Senators believed to have political affiliations with the Bhumjaithai Party were chosen as the Senate Speaker and two deputies on Tuesday.

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Thailand signals another U-turn on cannabis

Published on 23/07/2024

» Thailand will work towards controlling the use of cannabis through legislation instead of re-listing it as a narcotic, according to Deputy Prime Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, signalling yet another policy U-turn.

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THAILAND

Pheu Thai won't let Chalerm go

Post Reporters, Published on 22/07/2024

» The Pheu Thai Party has no case to initiate a process to expel party stalwart and list-MP Pol Capt Chalerm Ubumrung, according to party secretary-general Sorawong Thienthong.

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Prime minister 'overtakes' MFP adviser in popularity

Post Reporters, Published on 22/07/2024

» Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is the country's favourite politician, surpassing Move Forward Party (MFP) adviser Pita Limjaroenrat, according to a LINE TODAY survey.

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Wan Ubumrung: ‘My son remains Pheu Thai member’

Online Reporters, Published on 21/07/2024

» Former Pheu Thai Party MP for Bangkok, Wan Ubumrung, on Sunday denied news reports that his son would join him and his grandfather Chalerm in moving to the Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP).

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Pheu Thai to rally base in Thailand's Surin province

Published on 21/07/2024

» Paroled ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra's recent visit to Surin, one of the lower northeastern provinces, has raised questions about whether the region will become a key battleground in the next general election.

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Chalerm and son prepare to switch parties

Onnucha Hutasingh, Published on 20/07/2024

» Wan Ubumrung, a former Pheu Thai Party MP for Bangkok, confirmed on Saturday that he is moving to the Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP), and his father Chalerm may also be joining him there

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Beware of the 'blue' party

News, Published on 20/07/2024

» The June 26 Senate poll and the June 30 Provincial Administrative Organisation (PAO) chairman election in Pathum Thani have left the country's two largest parties wary of a lurking threat from the third-ranked Bhumjaithai Party.