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Don't elect, rein in provincial heads, urges Piyabutr
News, Published on 04/06/2023
» The Move Forward Party (MFP) promise to push for elections of provincial governors is not a "panacea for all problems" and the real question is whether the governors are relevant at all, according to Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, an MFP campaign assistant.
Pushing Pita for premier spot
News, Published on 27/05/2023
» The road to forming a government is never easy, is a saying steeped in harsh political reality, which the Move Forward Party (MFP) is currently finding out for itself.
House speaker rift widens
Gary Boyle, Published on 26/05/2023
» A rift is widening between the Move Forward Party (MFP) and Pheu Thai over who gets the role of House speaker.
House speaker rift widens
News, Published on 26/05/2023
» A rift is widening between the Move Forward Party (MFP) and Pheu Thai as they jostle over who gets the role of House speaker.
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MFP confident Pheu Thai won't walk away
Online Reporters, Published on 25/05/2023
» Move Forward Party deputy leader Sirikanya Tansakun has expressed confidence that the Pheu Thai Party will not pull out of the coalition amid a disagreement over the post of House Speaker that both parties want.
Rift over Speaker's job erupts
News, Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 25/05/2023
» The Move Forward Party (MFP) has insisted the post of House Speaker should be filled by the MFP amid reports that its prospective coalition partner Pheu Thai wants it.
Pheu Thai claims House speaker's position
Online Reporters, Published on 24/05/2023
» The Pheu Thai Party should get the House speakership because it has more people suitable for the position than the Move Forward Party, according to Adisorn Piangket, Pheu Thai list MP-elect.
Coalition MoU could land MFP in hot water: activists
News, Post Reporters, Published on 24/05/2023
» Part of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between the Move Forward Party (MFP) and seven prospective coalition partners on Monday could end up backfiring on the MFP if it decides to pursue amending the ultra-sensitive lese majeste law, which is not stated in the pact, according to political activists.
Pannika acquitted over decade-old Facebook posts
Online Reporters, Published on 19/05/2023
» The Criminal Court on Friday acquitted Pannika Wanich, a campaign assistant of the Move Forward Party, of a Computer Crime Act violation stemming from Facebook posts she made a decade ago.
Pita to share coalition details on Thursday
Post Reporters, Published on 17/05/2023
» Move Forward Party leader Pita Limjaroenrat says he will announce the outcome of his talks on forming a government with five other political parties on Thursday morning.
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