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THAILAND

Piyabutr predicts court will reject dissolution case

Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 18/06/2024

» The Progressive Movement (PM), a core political ally of the main opposition Move Forward Party (MFP), on Monday outlined reasons why it believes the Constitutional Court will throw out the dissolution case against the MFP.

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THAILAND

MFP faces uphill battle in court

Published on 17/06/2024

» Critics have accused the Move Forward Party (MFP) of trying to portray itself as a victim of political persecution as it faces a case that could potentially lead to its disbandment.

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THAILAND

Is the animosity an act?

News, Published on 15/06/2024

» It has been noted that the main opposition Move Forward Party (MFP) has taken an empathetic approach to the ruling Pheu Thai Party of late, leading to accusations the antagonism between them may have been staged.

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OPINION

Creepy toys

Oped, Postbag, Published on 15/06/2024

» Re: "Doll seller faces charges over undelivered orders", (BP, June 11).

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THAILAND

Move Forward pokes holes in poll body's case

Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 14/06/2024

» The Move Forward Party (MFP) insisted on Friday that the Election Commission’s complaint seeking its dissolution is flawed as it did not properly follow the steps prescribed in the organic law on political parties.

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OPINION

Late King's stance

Oped, Postbag, Published on 12/06/2024

» Re: "Pita says court powerless to dissolve MFP", (BP, June 10) & "Move Forward case reveals autocracy", (Opinion, June 7).

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OPINION

Govt has a knack for self-sabotage

Oped, Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 10/06/2024

» Behind the backdrop of a sluggish economy, Thailand is entering a new phase of political uncertainty that threatens to drive the government into turmoil and plunge the ailing economy into deeper trouble.

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THAILAND

Move Forward argues Constitutional Court has no power to dissolve it

Online Reporters, Published on 09/06/2024

» The Move Forward Party (MFP) said the Constitutional Court has no power to dissolve it and a previous ruling on the party's stance on the lese majeste law is irrelevant to the ongoing disbandment case.

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OPINION

Move Forward case reveals autocracy

Oped, Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Published on 07/06/2024

» The Constitutional Court's announcement that it will consider the Move Forward Party's (MFP) written defence in its dissolution case on June 12 appears ominous. After several attempts to make its argument that a campaign pledge to amend the lese majeste law against royal insult is not tantamount to "overthrowing Thailand's democratic regime with the King as head of state", the party's time is up. As the biggest election winner in May 2023, the MFP's dissolution is perceived as a foregone conclusion. Such a revelation might risk Thailand being perceived as an autocratic regime based on legal manoeuvres, and power plays that do not derive from voter preferences.

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OPINION

A turbulent time for govt

Oped, Editorial, Published on 06/06/2024

» Winning an election and forming a coalition is one thing; running a country, another. After nine months at Government House, the Srettha Thavisin government finds itself struggling to fulfil its campaign promises. Tough issues -- such as the charter rewrite, boosting tourism, the 10,000-baht digital wallet scheme and the sluggish economy -- remain a fierce challenge.