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1. 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.
2. news | 30 Oct 2013
» The government and the prime minister have no authority to withdraw the amnesty bill from parliament, deputy government spokeswoman Sunisa Lertphakawat said on Wednesday.
3. news | 10 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» The amnesty bill has become a festering wound for the government, but the Pheu Thai MP who readied it for parliament doesn't believe it's him or his political overlord who are responsible for the ensuing public o...
4. news | 06 Nov 2013
» The Pheu Thai Party will not resubmit the amended amnesty bill to parliament if the Senate rejects the legislation on Nov 11, party spokesman Prompong Nopparit said on Wednesday.
5. opinion | 23 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The move last week by a group of Pheu Thai MPs to once again change the details of the political amnesty bill deserves strong condemnation. The terms of their revised amnesty bill are mostly unacceptable, but the manner ...
6. news | 05 Nov 2013
» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra defended the controversial amnesty bill on Tuesday, insisting it would further reconciliation, but left the final decision up to the Senate.
7. learning | 06 Nov 2013
» (Breaking) The Phue Thai party has just announced that if the Senate rejects the amnesty bill, it will not resubmit it to parliament after six month and it is withdrawing all other amnesty-related bills from consideratio...
8. learning | 07 Aug 2013
» House deliberation of amnesty bill starts at 1pm with plans to pass first reading by 11pm. March to parliament called off after police opposition.
9. news | 03 Nov 2013
» Most people think the amnesty bill is intended to absolve former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra of wrongdoing, not to bring about reconciliation, according to the result of an Abac poll revealed on Sunday.
10. news | 01 Nov 2013
» Kenya's media reacted with shock and outrage Friday after parliament voted through a bill that could see journalists and outlets slapped with huge fines for violating a code of conduct.