Tags : Chalerm Yubumrung


Deputy PM Chalerm confirms assassination plot against Thaksin

BANGKOK, Nov 5 – Thai Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubumrung confirmed on Monday that there was an assassination plot against ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra before his Myanmar trip this week, citing an arms smuggling suspect’s confession. Mr Chalerm confirmed that the plot did exist, saying that an ethnic Shan apprehended with rocket-propelled grenades from […]Read More


Big drug haul nets four men and Bt300 million in

Chiang Rai police arrested four men for allegedly possessing more than one million Yaba pills with a street value of about Bt300 million in Mae Chan district on Sunday, deputy prime minister Chalerm Yubamrung told a press conference Monday. Presenting the four suspects – Chamnong Yeubao, 36, a former drug convict released in 2009, Sombat […]Read More


Chalerm orders security beefup for political gathering venues

BANGKOK, Sept 26 – Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung on Wednesday instructed Thailand’s national police chief to step up security during the country’s political gatherings following yesterday’s clash between supporters of the red shirt and yellow shirt movements. The deputy premier reacted after pro-government Red Shirts and rival Yellow Shirt supporters clashed at the Crime […]Read More


Government confirms its ability to block the influx of drugs

BANGKOK, 7 September 2012 (NNT) – The government of Thailand has assured that all state agencies related to the drug clampdown policy will be successful in blocking the influx of narcotics into the country. Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Ubumrung said on Thursday that the nearest, main drug production base is still Myanmar, which remains out […]Read More


Transport Ministry orders speeding up of illegal taxis registration in

BANGKOK, Aug 26 – The Land Transport Department of Thailand was ordered to register about 3,600 illegal taxis in the resort town of Phuket to solve the problem of overcharging, said Deputy Transport Minister Chatchart Sithipan. After registration, taxi drivers will be required to dress properly and must hold a license valid for public service […]Read More


D-Day looms for illegal Phuket taxis, jet-skis

PHUKET: The Phuket Governor will sign an order giving illegal taxi operators 15 days to register their vehicles, officials were told yesterday. The news came at a meeting headed by Phuket Vice Governor Chamroen Tipayapongtada, who said the order will be signed into effect ahead of a report being submitted to Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm […]Read More


Pheu Thai at risk of party dissolution: Chalerm

The ruling Pheu Thai Party will, “with a million per cent certainty”, be dissolved if it continues to push for the final passage of the charter amendment bill, Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yoobamrung said on Tuesday. “If the bill passes its third reading, then the government will not survive,” he said. Read more: The NationRead More