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41. learning | 13 Jun 2012
» Returning to Europe she will receive the Nobel Peace Prize won 20 years ago, make a speech to the UK parliament & travel to many countries.
42. learning | 29 Nov 2011
» There have been rumours that the floods were not an accident, but had been planned by the previous government. This subject was debated in parliament on Sunday in an exchange between Justice Minister Pracha Promnok and o...
43. news | 30 Nov 2013
» Tens of thousands took to the streets of Taiwan on Saturday to protest against same-sex marriages, as a debate rages in parliament over a bill which would legalise such unions.
44. opinion | 26 Nov 2013
» I have no questions about the part of the Constitution Court's ruling last week which said that parliament went about amending the charter improperly, not according to the due process of the law that stipulates how t...
45. learning | 17 Feb 2012
» Phue Thai MPs were not amused when the Democrats wanted the PM to explain where she was during last week's meeting of parliament. The Democrats were angered when they were told it was none of their business.
46. learning | 12 Nov 2011
» In parliament yesterday, Froc director Pracha Promnok issued an apology to flood victims for the government's slow response to the flood crisis, as the overall situation finally begins to improve.
47. 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...
48. opinion | 14 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The expansive speech by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to parliament last week was a welcome outline of his new government's regional and bilateral policy. It was also more than a little bit of all things to all people.
49. learning | 06 Jul 2012
» Opponents of parliament's consitution amendment bill laid out their positions to Constitution Court judges yesterday while government supporters challenged their testimony. The proceedings end today.
50. learning | 15 Feb 2012
» 24 years still likely to pay off FIDF 1997 crisis debt recently shifted to Bank of Thailand in possibly unconstitutional bypassing of parliament by executive decree.