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Thanathorn launching sign-up campaign after charter bill rejection

PROGRESSIVE Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit said today (March 18) that he is not giving up on amending the constitution after an amendment bill was rejected in its third and final reading in parliament last night and will now move to gather signatures to amend it section by section, Siam Rath newspaper said. In his comment

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Thanathorn off the hook as court revokes vaccine video clip order

THE Criminal Court today (Feb. 8) revoked a previous order suspending a video clip Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit had released on social media questioning the government’s coronavirus vaccine policy as sought by the the Digital Economy and Society Ministry, Thai Rath newspaper said. The earlier court order had instructed Thananthorn to suspend the video,

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Govt critic faces 15-years jail

THE Criminal Court has ordered leading government critic Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit to delete allegations on social media that question the business ethics of His Majesty the King and the Prime Minister. The government said Mr Thanathorn’s Progressive Movement claims that the Kingdom’s coronavirus vaccine policy unfairly favours a company owned by His Majesty the King. Now

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Senator calls for probe of fire-hit yacht co-owned by Thanathorn

A SENATOR and several netizens zeroed in on Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit after news spread that he is a co-owner of the luxury yacht that was hit by a fire on Wednesday Dec. 23 causing three-million-baht damage, Naewna newspaper reported this morning (Dec. 25). The yacht, Silvretta, was berthed at Ao Po Grand Marina

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