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  • NEWS

    What lies ahead for Thai Raksa Chart

    Published on 17/02/2019

    » What lies ahead for Thai Raksa Chart after the Election Commission on Thursday resolved to ask the Constitutional Court to disband the party.

  • NEWS

    Explainer: The appointed Senate

    Published on 28/01/2019

    » How is Thailand's new 250-member Senate selected -- and what impact will the new rules have on Thailand's peace, prosperity and democracy?

  • BUSINESS

    Analysts: Election to sour sentiment

    Business, Post Reporters, Published on 04/01/2019

    » Investment sentiment in Thailand's capital market may turn negative if the general election is delayed until the end of the second quarter or the second half, says the Investment Analysts Association (IAA).

  • NEWS

    Election ballot paper unveiled

    Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 02/01/2019

    » The Election Commission on Wednesday released the design for the ballot papers to be used in the general election this year, with a promise they will be ready when voters finally go to the polls.

  • NEWS

    Pheu Thai holds first Bangkok rally

    Associated Press, Published on 16/02/2019

    » Pheu Thai held its first rally in the capital on Friday, as campaigning heats up for the first election since the 2014 military coup.

  • NEWS

    Prachachart vows to sweep all 11 House seats in deep south

    Abdullah Benjakat, Published on 10/02/2019

    » NARATHIWAT: The Prachachart Party aims to take all 11 House seats in 11 constituencies of the three Muslim-dominated southern provinces - Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat - in the March 24 election, party secretary-general Tawee Sodsong announced at a rally on Saturday night.

  • NEWS

    Explainer: New rules for the House of Representatives

    Published on 06/01/2019

    » It could hold the key to the balance of power in Thailand: the new constitution has changed the way members of the House of Representatives are elected. What exactly are those changes, and how might they affect the kingdom's immediate future?

  • NEWS

    Whiff of populism in latest schemes

    Business, Published on 10/12/2018

    » A tranche of seemingly populist policies has been sprouting forth from the military-led government, pointing to something much more than a bid to boost domestic demand amid a murky economic outlook.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Election Made Easy

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 22/03/2019

    » The general election is this Sunday, baby! Aren't you stoked to be able to exercise your right to vote again after a five-year absence (or eight, if you take into consideration that the 2014 general election was deemed invalid by the Constitutional Court). Anywhoo, it can be overwhelming to digest all the information, campaign videos, memes, pictures of hot candidates and fake news that have flooded your Facebook newsfeed lately. Perhaps, it's best to judge our candidates based on their parties' policies and proposals, and Bangkok Poll on Sunday revealed that 97% of respondents in their latest survey will vote on Mar 24 and more than half said party policies will be the first factor when deciding which candidates to vote for.

  • OPINION

    Go to Plan B

    Alan Dawson, Published on 13/01/2019

    » Normally notable for his silence, the Minister of Interior and inflatable blimp expert Gen Anupong Paojinda released the cat from his bag. His drones and workers, who had already begun setting up election facilities and security barriers, downed tools.

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