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61. learning | 30 Nov 2011
» The Election Commission has disqualified Jatuporn Prompan as a Pheu Thai Party list MP on the grounds he failed to vote in the July 3 general election.
62. news | 13 Dec 2013
» Pheu Thai party leader Charupong Ruangsuwan has suggested a referendum should take place in case the general election planned for Feb 2 cannot be held.
63. opinion | 17 Dec 2013
» It should be made clear from the outset that most of the people who took to the streets in two mass protests against the government and the Thaksin regime, on Nov 24 and Dec 9, and those who regularly join the rallies at...
64. news | 20 Dec 2013
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» The Election Commission on Thursday warned that proceeding with the upcoming general election may fuel further unrest, and urged the government and protesters to reach a compromise.
65. news | 19 Dec 2013
» The Election Commission has called on the caretaker administration and anti-government protesters to hold talks to settle their dispute over whether the Feb 2 general election should be postponed.
66. learning | 21 Dec 2013
» It's official. The Democrat party will not contest the December 2 election. Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva made the announcement late this afternoon at party headquarters.
67. news | 19 Dec 2013
» The anti-government People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC)'s call for another mass rally on Sunday is aimed at derailing the upcoming general election, according to an inside source.
68. news | 20 Dec 2013
» The anti-government demonstrators yesterday geared up for Sunday's mass rally by marching through downtown Bangkok and gathered outside the US embassy to protest against Washington's support of the Feb 2 general ...
69. news | 19 Dec 2013
» A general election will take place on Feb 2 as scheduled, Election Commission chairman Supachai Somcharoen affirmed on Thursday, as anti-government demonstrators drummed up their campaign to defer the polls until there h...
70. news | 17 Dec 2013
» The permanent secretary for defence and the deputy caretaker minister for the department on Tuesday refused to answer questions from journalists keen to probe the military's views on the forthcoming general election.