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Thai Election Commission orders dissolution of ruling party

Thailand's Election Commission has reportedly ordered the dissolution of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva's Democrat party over charges of encouraging illegal donations. The electoral commission's ruling relates to a donation of 258 million Baht (five million pounds) from cement manufacturer TPI Polene in 2005 when Vejjajiva was the deputy leader of the

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Deputy PM Suthep: Stern action will be taken against ‘terrorists’

BANGKOK, April 13 (TNA) -- The current State of Emergency imposed by the Thai government will be maintained as long as anti-government protesters are occupying Bangkok streets, while legal actions will be taken against the 'terrorists' mingling with the protesters, Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban said on Tuesday. Mr Suthep, also

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Thai commission urges that ruling party be dissolved

BANGKOK -- Thailand's electoral commission recommended Monday the dissolution of the country's ruling party for allegedly misusing campaign donations, as protesters paraded through the streets of the capital bearing the coffins of comrades killed in violence over the weekend. Pressure has mounted on Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to resign since the

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Amidst Rising Tension, Thailand Authorities Stress “Tourists are Safe”

Tourist authorities of Thailand have urged travelers from Britain to not cancel their vacation plans in wake of the state emergency being declared in Bangkok, post anti-Government demonstrators ended up briefly storming the Parliament during this week. "This is an internal and domestic issue and is not aimed at tourists, who

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Protesters Flood Bangkok

BANGKOK--Tens of thousands of protesters flowed into Bangkok over the weekend, setting up what organizers say will be several days of protests to force Thailand's army-backed government to call fresh elections and vividly demonstrating the continuing pull of Thailand's ousted leader, former telecommunications billionaire Thaksin Shinawatra. Thrown out of power in

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