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20 May 2013 : Ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra said the government's amnesty efforts must focus on absolving red shirts facing legal action in connection with the 2010 political violence rather than protest leaders or even himself.
20 May 2013 : A change in government and bureaucratic red tape is stalling progress in resolving problems besetting poor people, a seminar was told yesterday.
08 May 2013 : The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Ministry must take action against baseless accusations made online, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said Tuesday.
08 May 2013 : The red-shirt protest against the Constitution Court appeared to be faltering Tuesday after the ruling Pheu Thai Party and other red-shirt groups distanced themselves from the rally.
08 May 2013 : Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has been given three days to respond to the demands of protesters rallying outside Government House.
07 May 2013 : The cabinet on Tuesday approved an additional budget of 45 million baht for the legal team handling Thailand's Preah Vihear case at the International Court of Justice.
07 May 2013 : The minister of information and communication technology backed down from a threat made on Sunday, and said he has no authority to close down websites.
07 May 2013 : The cabinet on Tuesday approved a draft royal decree calling an extraordinary meeting of the House of Representatives on May 29 to debate the 2014 Budget Bill, government spokesman Tossaporn Serirak said.
07 May 2013 : A three-week long rally by red shirts to protest the Constitution Court comes to a climax on Wednesday amid hopes that it will not turn violent.
07 May 2013 : The cabinet on Tuesday established a committee under Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung to resolve problems brought to Government House in a raucous protest by the People's Movement for a Just Society (P-Move).
07 May 2013 : About 100 red-shirts rallied in front of the head office of Thai Rath newspaper on Vibhavadi Rangsit road on Tuesday afternoon, demanding action against cartoonist Somchai Katanyutanan, better known by his pen name Chai Ratchawat.
07 May 2013 : The reading of the Supreme Court's verdict on Pol Gen Wassana Permlarp and two other former members of the Election Commission on charges of holding a fraudulent election in 2006, initially scheduled for today, has been postponed to June 13.