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    Senate dissolved, police chief sacked

    Bangkok Post, Published on 24/05/2014

    » The Senate was dissolved on Saturday evening and more senior officials including the national police chief removed as coup leader Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha consolidated power.

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    Out with the old

    Bangkok Post, Published on 23/05/2014

    » On May 23, armed military officers are the only individuals at protest sites of both the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) and the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) after the National Peace and Order Maintaining Council (NPOMC) told all protesters to go home. Meanwhile, 155 key figures involved with the current political conflict have been summoned by Gen Prayuth Chan-Ocha, the junta leader and head of the NPOMC. Elsewhere, a small group made up mostly of university students took to the streets to protest against the coup. (Video by Jetjaras na Ranong, Chumporn Sangvilert and Nattawat Watanasuwan)

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    Sunday's anti-coup rally

    Bangkok Post, Published on 25/05/2014

    » Anti-coup protesters gather at Amarin Plaza near Bangkok's Ratchaprasong area on Sunday, May 25, 2014. The protesters scuffle with armed military officers deployed to oversee security in the area. The troops try to contain the situation by pushing them back with their shields. (Video by Chumphon Sangvilert)

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    Anti-coup protest gallery

    Bangkok Post, Published on 25/05/2014

    » The photo gallery captures coup- and political-related events happening in Bangkok on Sunday, May 25, 2014. (Bangkok Post photos)

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    Bangkok: Under curfew

    Bangkok Post, Published on 04/06/2014

    » The military's National Council for Peace and Order has invoked a nationwide curfew since the coup d'état on May 22. The original order prohibited people from leaving home from 10pm to 5am. The period was later shortened on May 28 to between midnight and 4am. Specific groups, such as private-sector employees and state officials working night shifts are exempted. Despite the curfew, life goes on in the City of Angels. (Video by Jetjaras Na Ranong and Chumporn Sangvilert)

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    A day in photos

    Bangkok Post, Published on 25/05/2014

    » The photo gallery captures coup- and political-related events happening in Bangkok on Sunday, May 25, 2014. (Bangkok Post photos)

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    Senate plan to appoint interim premier ‘on track’

    News, Bangkok Post, Published on 18/05/2014

    » The upper house has vowed to press ahead with plans to install an interim prime minister, saying the process is already "80% complete".

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    Acting PM, Surachai face up to crisis challenge

    News, Bangkok Post, Published on 19/05/2014

    » Acting caretaker Prime Minister Niwattumrong Boonsongpaisan and acting Senate Speaker Surachai Liangboonlertchai are expected to meet today to discuss ways out of the political quagmire. The challenges are immense, but the results will be crucial, determining the immediate future of the country.

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    A day in photos

    Bangkok Post, Published on 21/05/2014

    » The photo gallery features a selection of photos of various events in Thailand and other countries on May 21, 2014.

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    Ruling must be respected

    News, Bangkok Post, Published on 08/05/2014

    » The decision was unanimous. The Constitutional Court’s landmark ruling on Wednesday has set the standard for those in political office — transfers of senior officials cannot be unethical, unconstitutional and unlawful, especially when it is done for political benefit.

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