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Phuket

Phuket gets own Administrative Court

PHUKET: Phuket will gets its own Administrative Court for hearing cases between government agencies and private citizens when the Administrative Court of Phuket opens in Mai Khao on Oct 1. Prawit Boonthiam, spokesperson of the Administrative Court, confirmed that Supreme Administrative Court President Piya Patangta has issued the order for two regional administrative courts be […]Read More

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PDRC willing to end protest if government quits in place

The People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) is ready to end the protests if the caretaker government resigns from its post and establishes an interim government to implement national reform, according to core PDRC coleader Thaworn Senneam. Thaworn is the first PDRC leader to confirm recent media reports that doors have been opened for talks to […]Read More

South

Army Chief rejects special administration in Thai Deep South

BANGKOK, 8 March 2012 (NNT) – Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Army Gen.Prayuth Chan-ocha has confirmed there is no need for a special administrative zone in the southern border region of Thailand, saying that he believes the majority of the locals disagree with the idea. Gen.Prayuth on Thursday spoke to the media about the controversial […]Read More

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Thai Government Shelves Autonomy for Deep South as Violence Continues

The Thai government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has back-tracked on a campaign pledge to establish a special administration zone in its troubled southern provinces. Political analysts say a simmering insurgency in the majority-Muslim Malay region can only be resolved by allowing some form of self-rule. But, the government has little incentive to challenge the […]Read More

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Head of Local Administrative Body in Ratchaburi Shot Dead

The head of the local administrative body in Tumbon Don Yai of Ratchaburi Province Wittiya Sripoom was shot dead today. He sustained gun shot wounds through the temple and died immediately. Authorities are saying the shooting could be politically motivated as the victim was a canvasser of the Bhum Jai Thai Party. Read more: TAN […]Read More

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Advance voting in Thailand without incident

BANGKOK, 26 June 2011 (NNT) – The Election Committee has revealed that the advance voting today has been smooth although there are minor problems. Bangkok Election Committee Ms. Kreuthip Theeranurak said after visiting election centers in Bangkean and Bangkapi districts that the advance voting had been without any problems today. However, there were several voters […]Read More

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Thai PM assures general election will be held, confident Democrats

BANGKOK, March 26 — Reiterating that a fresh general election would be held in Thailand, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said Saturday that he is confident his ruling Democrat Party would gain more seats in the lower house, while asking major opposition Puea Thai Party to appoint its leader so that people would know who they […]Read More