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1. learning | 22 Jun 2011
» The new government will have to spend like a drunken tourist to keep its campaign promises.
2. learning | 29 Jan 2013
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» Phue Thai’s Pongsapat Pongcharoen’s pledge to expand Bangkok’s free bus service must not depend on national funding, says the Transport Minister, making it an instant campaign issue.
3. learning | 09 Jan 2013
» MR Sukhumbhand Paribatra will resign as Bangkok governor today and quickly begin his campaign for re-election.
4. learning | 26 May 2011
» A group of low-income earners has told the Bangkok Post they do not expect the election winners to fulfill their campaign promises
5. learning | 07 Dec 2011
» The government has vowed to drain flood water out of low-lying Bangkok, Pathum Thani and Nonthaburi communities by the New Year and to follow HM the King's advice to prevent similar flooding in the future.
6. learning | 13 Sep 2012
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» With Sukhothai municipality still under water and seasonal flooding reaching as far as some districts of Ayutthaya, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is making no promises of a flood-free Bangkok area this year.
7. news | 30 Mar 2013
» Bangkok governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra began the first day of his second term at City Hall yesterday by calling on staff to put aside political differences.
8. learning | 18 Jul 2011
» To meet campaign promises spending will rise to 60 billion baht and corporate income taxes fall to 20% from 30%.
9. learning | 07 Nov 2011
» Relations between the BMA and the national government have improved after the governor's requests for more pumps and better drainage were granted. Meanwhile, the flood situation has worsened.
10. news | 30 Mar 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Bangkok governor MR Sukhumbhand Paribatra of the Democrat Party could be excused for feeling frustrated with efforts to block him at almost every turn from becoming city governor for a second term.