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Update: Sun, Nov 18 2018    

Most first-time young voters vow to cast election ballot, study finds

Most young people who will be eligible to vote for the first time in the upcoming election, tentatively set for February 24, fully intend to cast their ballot, a new opinion poll has found.

Politics by numbers

With the next election expected to be held on February 24, the general public and eligible voters can anticipate a new-look Parliament and government after a much-awaited national vote.

Two Panthongtae associates face arrest after skipping country before indictment hearing

Two co-defendants in a money-laundering case against former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s son Panthongtae face arrest warrants after they failed to meet public prosecutors as summoned.

Urgent : Senate selection deadline decreed

The Royal Gazette website on Friday published the Senate selection decree, demanding that the process be completed at least 15 days before the election.

Pro-junta Palang Pracharat Party wins many Pheu Thai members

THE NEWLY-FORMED, pro-junta Palang Pracharat Party is pulling in more and more former MPs and government ministers, as well as celebrities.

EC keeping close eye on Thaksin, Pheu Thai movements in Singapore

The Election Commission (EC) secretary-general has said that the agency was monitoring reports that some Pheu Thai politicians will travel to Singapore to meet fugitive former premier Thaksin Shinawatra.

Chaturon denies bid for Chachoengsao MP

Pheu Thai key leader Chaturon Chaisang on Wednesday rejected comments by his colleague that he would run for Chachoengsao MP under Pheu Thai.

Thailand to push for bigger Asean role in Rohingya crisis

THAILAND IS ready to support a greater Asean role in resolving the Rakhine crisis, as the group prepared mechanisms to deal with the plight of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who face repatriation amid grave concerns about their future.

More Pheu Thai members shifting to sister party

PHEU THAI Party members appear to be queuing up to join its sister party Thai Raksa Chart, with former energy minister Pichai Naripthaphan and former deputy interior minister Sermsak Pongpanit among those who signed up yesterday.

Feb 24 only date on govt mind: Wissanu

THOUGH senior government figures maintained yesterday that the next election will be held as early as February 24, they did not rule out the possibility of a delay.

Thailand ‘seeks delay’ in Asean Summit next year

Request of the next chairperson seen tied to the possibility of election being postponed.

Palang Pracharat attracts 121 members on Day 1 of accepting applications

A new political party viewed as pro-junta attracted more than 120 new members when it started accepting membership applications on Tuesday.

Doubts rise over Feb 24 poll date

ELECTION Commission (EC) secretary-general Jarungvith Phumma yesterday refused to confirm that the next election will be held on February 24, fuelling speculation of a possible delay.

Somsak’s sons pursue their political future in Bhumjaithai

THE SONS of veteran politician Somsak Prisananatakul yesterday joined Bhumjaithai Party after resigning from Chartthaipattana Party.

SPECIAL REPORT: Parties urged to unite in allowing largest coalition to form govt

TWO KEY red-shirt leaders are calling for a “social contract” among political parties before they start contesting in the next election, so there are no renewed conflicts, no more loss of lives or damage to the country.

Lessons Thailand can learn from Germany

UNLIKE its Thai counterpart, Germany’s Constitutional Court has rarely come under criticism and enjoys the implicit trust of the people, thanks to the faith of the citizens that their rights and liberties will be fully protected by the court, according to a German law expert.

A reversal of fortune

BACK IN THE SPOTLIGHT, SUTHEP THAUGSUBAN IS HEARING FAR FEWER CHEERS THAN HE ONCE DID

Prajin hospitalised with back problem

Deputy Premier and Justice Minister Prajin Juntong has been hospitalised for inflammation of the intervertebral disc and is expected to spend up to a week in treatment, according to his spokesman.

Democrats put their faith in incumbent Abhisit

Abhisit Vejjajiva was on Sunday elected as leader of the Democrat Party, reflecting the results of last week’s sounding out of party members.

PM won’t be on campaign trail for anyone, says deputy

The law prohibits Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha from campaigning for any political party in the run-up to the election, including a party that nominates him to be the next head of government, his deputy, Wissanu Krea-ngam, said on Sunday.