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1. learning | 20 Sep 2012
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» Parliament president Somsak Kiatsuranont left for Europe yesterday on a nine-day, three country "study” tour. The trip is raising eyebrows for its cost, its participants and the “topics” under study.
2. news | 07 Jan 2015
» BERLIN - EU parliament president Martin Schulz, on Wednesday accused German Chancellor Angela Merkel of "irresponsible speculation" over suggestions that Greece may be allowed to exit the euro if the far-left wins electi...
3. news | 01 Jan 2015
» Greece's parliament was dissolved Wednesday ahead of an early election watched warily by markets and international creditors concerned that the austerity-weary country could start unwinding unpopular fiscal reforms.
4. news | 12 Dec 2014
» BEIJING - The anti-corruption watchdog of China's ruling Communist Party said on Friday it would send investigators to the country's parliament for the first time, in a demonstration of the party's dominan...
5. learning | 13 Feb 2014
» Infrastructure bill allows govt to avoid parliament dodging normal govt spending examination.
6. learning | 29 Jan 2014
» It will likely take months before a new parliament can be convened despite the green light for Sunday's general election, the EC says.
7. learning | 09 Dec 2013
» Even before the nine protest marches to Government House got fully started, PM Yingluck Shinawatra announced she is dissolving parliament. The marches continue, however, with a large crowd already at Government House. We...
8. learning | 21 Aug 2013
» Pandemonium and protests among bickering lawmakers marred parliament's debate on constitutional amendments yesterday with both sides hoping for a smoother session today.
9. learning | 14 Jun 2013
From our student reporters
By Jayna Milan
» Leeann and Jayna, our learning channel interns, made their way to parliament yesterday, where they learned about Thailand’s political history and the basics of reporting politics.
10. 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.