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101. news | 07 Oct 2013
» Supporters of the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) performed a religious ceremony on Monday morning to mark the 5th anniversary of the police crackdown on yellow-shirt protesters in front of parliament on Oct 7,...
102. learning | 24 Aug 2013
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» The parliament president's only tool is his wooden hammer called a gavel. The current president uses it often enough to be known as the "Lord of the Gavel". (In Thai and English)
103. opinion | 22 Nov 2013
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» The "whistle", from the ancient Latin word meaning "to emulate a shrill noise comparable to Satan's fart", has emerged as the latest icon of activism. Protesters have resorted to "whistle-blowing" smear campaigns to ...
104. news | 03 Dec 2013
» Ukraine's government survived a no-confidence vote Tuesday after the prime minister apologised for a police crackdown on protests, while demonstrators massed outside parliament protesting the ex-Soviet state's re...
105. news | 21 Nov 2013
» The National Anti-Corruption Commission has agreed to set up a committee to consider a petition for the removal from office of Parliament President Somsak Kiatsuranon, Senate Speaker Nikhom Wairatpanich and 310 other MPs...
106. news | 07 Nov 2013
» Members of parliament who voted to pass the blanket amnesty bill in haste owe the public an apology, says a business operators' group.
107. news | 04 Nov 2013
» The joint sitting of parliament on Monday passed in the third reading the draft amendment of Section 190 of the constitution on international treaties and agreements.
108. learning | 05 Aug 2011
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» Chuvit Kamolvisit efforts to get attention in parliament this morning earned him a a police escort out of the meeting room at the orders of the House Speaker.
109. news | 26 Nov 2013
» Japan's lower house of parliament passed a controversial new state secrets bill Tuesday, which critics say is draconian and will impinge on press freedom and the public's right to know.
110. news | 15 Oct 2013
» Suwichak Nakwacharachai, secretary-general of the House of Representatives, has been accused of nepotism by appointing his own son as a parliament official.