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Bhumjaithai Party all set to keep Prayut in power: Nattawut

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters FORMER RED SHIRT leader Nattawut Saikua today (June 18) discouraged local villagers of Sisaket from picking any future Bhumjaithai candidates running for MPs otherwise, he said, they would only look to keep Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in power beyond the next general election. During the so-called “Chase the Rat, Swat

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Bhumjaithai leader shrugs off Pheu Thai drive to recruit Red Shirt activists

By Thai Newsroom Reporters BHUMJAITHAI PARTY leader Anutin Charnvirakul today (June 17) shrugged off tomorrow’s planned recruitment of Red Shirt activists as Pheu Thai Family members in certain parts of Sisaket, considering it as a commonplace campaign tactic. Anutin who concurrently acts as deputy prime minister-cum-public health minister referred to the fresh popularity-wooing campaign launched

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Nattawut tasked with turning Red Shirt members into Pheu Thai voters

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters FORMER RED SHIRT leader Nattawut Saikua is being named “director” of a Pheu Thai Family project with apparent intent to recruit pro-democracy activists nationwide as supporters of Pheu Thai Party in the next general election, partisan sources said today (June 14). Paetongtarn Shinawatra, leader of Pheu Thai Family and daughter

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Ex-red shirt leader freed from jail, vows to resume anti-Prayut moves

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters FORMER RED SHIRT leader Jatuporn Prompan was freed from prison today (Oct. 14) and vowed to resume fighting against Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. Speaking to reporters outside Bangkok Remand Prison, Jatuporn said he will consult with friends and associates and get himself updated with the current political situation before he

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Thai Pakdee leader: Guards didn’t punch man wearing red shirt

IN A Facebook post today (August 31) Dr. Warong Dechgitvigrom, leader of right-wing Thai Pakdee group, clarified that the group’s guards had not assaulted a 60-year-old man who was wearing a red shirt near Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Centre where yesterday’s gathering had taken place as has been reported online, Naewna newspaper reported this afternoon. Dr.

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