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Prayut dared to join debate between contestants for PM

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters PRIME MINISTER PRAYUT Chan-o-cha today (Jan.29) was dared to take part in an open debate between partisan contestants for prime minister. Pheu Thai leader Chonlanan Srikaew challenged Prayut to join the proposed debate between varied partisan contenders for prime minister somewhere in near future where they could openly manifest their

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Thaksin in about-turn on homecoming bid – not seeking Pheu Thai’s help

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters DE FACTO PHEU THAI BOSS Thaksin Shinawatra has apparently made an about-face over his long-awaited scheme to return home from self-exile overseas, saying he will not seek help from his own party’s rank and file for this matter even if they become core of a post-election government. During last night’s

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At last, Prayut becomes politician under Ruam Thai Sang Chart banners

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters AT LAST PRIME MINISTER Prayut Chan-o-cha has fully become a politician with reported intent to retain power beyond the next general election. Prayut today (Jan.9) applied himself for membership of the Ruam Thai Sang Chart Party which has reportedly planned to send him vying for head of post-election government. At

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Pheu Thai uninvolved in pre-election agreement on future coalition: Chonlanan

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters THE PHEU THAI TODAY (Jan.4) categorically dismissed hearsay that the largest opposition party had been involved in an initial agreement with a few others to the setting up of a future coalition ahead of the next general election. Pheu Thai leader Chonlanan Srikaew denied that his party had initially agreed

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Pheu Thai Party faces dissolution move over Paetongtarn visiting Thaksin in HK

By Thai Newsroom Reporters THE ELECTION COMMISSION was today (Dec.27) petitioned to consider taking steps to have the Pheu Thai Party dissolved by court for allegedly breaking the law, given Paetongtarn “Oong Ing” Shinawatra’s recent visit to Hong Kong where she met her fugitive father/former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Political activist Sonthiya Sawasdee filed the

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Speculated Pheu Thai landslide win ‘won’t be affected by Chinese-born criminal case’

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters THE PHEU THAI PARTY’s chances of scoring a landslide victory in the next general election will be by no means affected by the crimes perpetrated by a Chinese-born suspect alleged to have been somehow associated with the largest opposition party, according to a senior Pheu Thai member. Noppadon Pattama, deputy

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