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Update: Sun, Jul 22 2018    

Thai PM leaves, offers support for ENT care to Bhutan

In a gesture of extraordinary camaraderie and hospitality, Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay drove Thai Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha from Thimphu to Paro as the latter returned to Thailand after the two-day visit.

Chuwit walks free after month-long ‘prison inspection’

TV news talk-show host Chuwit Kamolvisit was released from jail on Saturday morning after he had served his one-month jail term for concealment of assets.

Focus on work, not election campaign, ex-MP tells Prayut

A former Pheu Thai MP for Ubon Ratchathani said Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha should focus on his work, not campaign for the election, when he holds a Cabinet retreat in the northeastern province next week.

No plan to meet local politicians, says junta as Cabinet heads Northeast

THE MOBILE Cabinet would not meet with any local politicians in the northeastern provinces of Ubon Ratchathani and Amnat Charoen next week, two deputy prime ministers said amid media reports of the junta stealing former MPs from traditional political parties.

Apirach set to become Army chief in military appointments

ASSISTANT ARMY chief General Apirach Kongsompong is tipped to take over as the new commander-in-chief from incumbent General Chalermchai Sittisart, who retires at the end of September.

Call poll, improve rights to resume full ties, EU tells Thai officials

Despite the junta leader’s recent visits to London and Paris, the European Union is still looking for Thailand to hold an election and to show increased respect for human rights before a full resumption of ties is possible, according to the chair of a European parliamentary sub-committee on human rights.

Academic poised to lead royalist party 

Academic turned politician Anek Laothamatas is tipped to lead the right-leaning Action Coalition Party (ACT) into the next general election, according to sources.

Wissanu: Easing of restrictions after new EC members take office

The easing of political restrictions begin after new election commissioners assume office, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Wednesday.

Prayut to discuss trade and investment in Bhutan visit

TRADE AND investment will be the focus of Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha’s visit to Bhutan tomorrow, along with discussions over public health, agriculture and the Sufficiency Economy philosophy.

Pheu Thai defectors to welcome Prayut in Ubon

Former Pheu Thai MPs in Ubon Ratchathani who have defected to a pro-junta party plan to welcome Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha when he visits the northeastern province early next week.

Govt instructs state agencies to hasten civil suits in rice-pledging scandal

The government has instructed the relevant state agencies to expedite civil lawsuits seeking damages from their private contractors accused of theft and embezzlement in connection with the rice-pledging scandal.

NLA chief doesn’t believe voting to pick EC president will stir up conflict at agency 

National Legislative Assembly (NLA) President Pornpetch Wichitcholchai on Monday said he believed voting to decide the new Election Commission (EC) president would not stir up conflict in the agency, after former commissioner Somchai Srisuthiyakorn had warned on Sunday about the likelihood of outside lobbying.

Cabinet retreat in NEast ‘not part of an attempt to build political alliance ahead of election’, govt figures insist

Amid alleged attempts to woo former MPs into a pro-Prayut party’s fold, government figures on Monday rejected suspicion that the Cabinet retreat in the Northeast early next week was part of the bid to build up a political alliance ahead of the next general election.

PM hands over donation to Japan following deadly floods

Thailand has donated Bt5 million to Japan for disaster relief after the devastating floods in the western part of Japan that claimed more than 200 lives earlier this month.

ACT party willing to link with likeminded reformers

The right-leaning Action Coalition of Thailand party (ACT) is willing to join hands with “all parties with the same ideology” ahead of the next general election, co-founder Suthep Thaugsuban said on Sunday.

NLA channels Bt12.7m into junta schemes

The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) on Friday voted unanimously to reallocate the national budget of nearly Bt13 billion from government agencies to the common funds for the junta-initiated grand schemes, the 20-year national strategy and the Pracharat policy.

MEP delegation to inspect democratic progress

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are scheduled to visit Thailand next Monday and Tuesday to assess human and labour rights and the country’s return to democracy with the planned general election.

Vatana gets jail sentence in Klong Dan case

The Supreme Court on Friday sentenced absconding former deputy interior minister Vatana Asvahame to three years in jail in connection with the Klong Dan scandal, reversing a verdict by the Appeals Court that had acquitted all the 18 defendants in the case.

Thailand, Sri Lanka to step up efforts for FTA

Thailand and Sri Lanka on Friday agreed to push talks towards a Free Trade Agreement which, if successful, can increase bilateral trade value to US$1.5 billion (Bt 4.99 billion) by 2020.

Wage rise for judges gets first nod

THE National Legislative Assembly (NLA) yesterday overwhelmingly approved in principle a government motion seeking salary increases for judges, public prosecutors and members of independent organisations. The NLA’s first reading voted to pass amendments to five laws regulating personnel of the relevant agencies, as proposed by the Cabinet.