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1. news | 20 Mar 2013
» YANGON - Myanmar's parliament has agreed to set up a commission to review the 2008 pro-military constitution, a process that could eventually change the political landscape and allow opposition leader Aung San Suu Ky...
2. learning | 23 Mar 2012
» French police shot dead Thursday a self-declared Al-Qaeda militant wanted for a series of killings of soldiers and Jews, ending a tense 32-hour siege in the south of France.
3. news | 08 Apr 2013
» European Union economies have shed almost six million jobs since the global economic crisis struck in 2008, the International Labour Organisation said Monday.
4. news | 01 Apr 2013
» As of April 1, the total number of serving members of parliament is 645, comprising 497 MPs and 148 senators, a parliament official said.
5. news | 30 Apr 2013
» The parliament and Sino-Thai Engineering and Construction Plc (Stecon) have signed an agreement for construction of new parliament buildings alongside the Chao Phraya River in Kiak Kai area of Bangkok.
6. learning | 04 Apr 2013
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Parliament exists to make laws, some of which can be quite controversial. Here is one example.
7. news | 25 Apr 2013
» Parliament's law scrutiny committee has decided to once again allow the spouses of MPs to sit as senators simultaneously.
8. news | 17 Apr 2013
» Taiwan staged its biggest live-fire drill since 2008 Wednesday, in an operation involving more than 7000 troops that simulated a Chinese attack as its leader warned of Beijing's arms build-up.
9. learning | 01 Jun 2012
» National reconciliation seemed a distant dream today as protestors cut off all access to parliament, halting debate on the proposed unity legislation for at least until next week.
10. learning | 03 May 2012
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» Yesterday was day nine of the debate in parliament on a proposed amendment to Section 291 of the constitution, but there was another matter occupying the members attention as well.