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Update: Sun, May 26 2019    

Chuan elected speaker of lower house on dramatic day

Democrat patriarch and party-list MP Chuan Leekpai was elected the speaker of the House of Representatives on Saturday, after much wrangling between the pro- and anti-junta blocs.

Phalang Pracharat MPs move to delay House Speaker voting

Phalang Pracharat MPs proposed postponing the voting for House Speaker in Parliament on Saturday amid reports that the pro-junta camp is still negotiating with other parties to form a coalition government.

Uphold your duties, King tells legislators

THEIR MAJESTIES the King and the Queen on Friday presided over the opening ceremony of the new parliamentary term following the election in March, with the King telling the MPs and senators to always keep in mind the importance of their duties for public interest.

Senate speaker, deputy speaker seats filled without contest

A former member of the junta-appointed National Legislative Assembly (NLA), Pornpetch Vichitcholchai, was on Friday affirmed as speaker of the new junta-appointed Senate.

Thanathorn attends opening of parliament along with other newly-elected members

Dressed in the government uniform, newly-elected members of House of Representatives on Friday attended the ceremony to open parliament.

Thanathorn suffers setback in court


New PM will be elected by month-end, says Wissanu

THAILAND SHOULD have a new prime minister within this month, though it will take a while for the new Cabinet to take office, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said yesterday.

Failed New Economics candidates seek legal help to recover costs

Unsuccessful New Economics parliamentary candidates on Thursday sought legal advice from the Election Commission, complaining that the party failed to reimburse them for their electoral campaigns.

Urgent : Court to consider shares case against Thanathorn, suspends him from office

The Constitutional Court on Thursday unanimously agreed to accept the case to consider whether Future Forward leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit should be disqualified as an MP candidate due to questions about the timing of his handing over of shares in a media company in the lead-up to the recent election.

Pheu Thai confident of New Economics' parliamentary support 

Pheu Thai secretary-general Phumtham Wechayachai said on Thursday he believed the New Economics Party would keep its promise to join the anti-junta bloc despite apparent disagreements within the party.

New Economics Party leader quits 

Mingkwan Sangsuwan has resigned as the leader of the New Economics Party following what he described as an "accomplished mission".

Court to decide today on accepting petition to disqualify Thanathorn

THE CONSTITUTIONAL Court will today make a decision on whether or not it will accept the petition to disqualify Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit following a controversy over the timing of his handing over of media shares – which could result in the court barring the anti-junta politician from entering Parliament tomorrow.

Pheu Thai prepares Speaker candidates 

The Thaksin Shinawatra-backed Pheu Thai Party is preparing to field candidates for Speaker and said it should be given the chance to form a government.

Democrats and Bhumjaithai hold talks, sparking coalition speculation 

The political deadlock between the pro-junta and anti-military camps, with neither side having enough MPs to form a coalition, has increased speculation that the Democrat and Bhumjaithai parties could perform a "kingmaker" role. 

Prayut warns horse-trading could hurt govt’s credibility

Junta chief ready to lead large coalition and implement policies of political partners

Democrats, Bhumjaithai keep next govt waiting


Pro-junta bloc claims deal with Democrats, Bhumjaithai

Source says Phalang Pracharat well poised to form govt but Pheu Thai not convinced

Victim’s mother fights for justice nine years after the Wat Pathum Wanaram killings

EVENTS WERE held yesterday to mark the ninth anniversary of the killings of six people at Pathum Wanaram Temple in Bangkok during a crackdown on anti-government protesters by security forces in 2010.

Conservatives keep power in 'miracle' Australia election victory

Australia's ruling conservative coalition defied expectations to retain power in national elections Saturday, prompting Prime Minister Scott Morrison to declare: "I have always believed in miracles!"

Democrats expected to join Phalang Pracharat coalition: survey

Most people believe the new leader of the Democrat Party should lead the party to join the coalition of the Phalang Pracharat Party to support junta chief Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha as the next prime minister, an opinion survey has found.