Yammy and her friends venture out of the house they share only every few days to stock up on food, have stopped live webcasts for them not to be located.
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Thailand’s Election Commission recommended that leader of major political party barred from taking his seat in the soon-to-be-convened parliament.
Three Thai activists in exile and accused of insulting the country’s powerful monarchy have gone missing, rights groups and a family member says.
Thailand’s Election Commission officially endorsed results from the country’s March 24 general election, declaring that former Prime Minister topped .
The leader of a popular new Thai political party has denied the criminal charges of sedition filed against him by the ruling military junta.
Thailand is waving goodbye to its longest period of military rule in nearly 50 years once election of march 24 tally will be released.
Thai authorities should impartially investigate threats and attacks against prominent pro-democracy activist Ekachai Hongkangwan and other activists.
A small group of demonstrators protested in the Thai capital , accusing the election commission of delaying and manipulating results of last week’s poll.
Thailand’s Election Commission says, pro-army Palang Pracharat Party won the popular vote in Sunday’s (March 24) general election with 8.4 million ballots.
Anti-junta Pheu Thai party joins forces with six smaller parties to have a majority of seats in the lower house of parliament and form the next government.