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1. news | 03 Nov 2013
» Members of ratchasakul (a surname that indicates they are descendants of members of the royal family) on Sunday said the blanket amnesty bill has a flaw and should not be forwarded to His Majesty the King for endorsement...
2. news | 05 Nov 2013
» The private sector on Monday failed to reach a consensus on whether to protest against the blanket amnesty bill.
3. news | 29 Oct 2013
» The Anti-Corruption Organisation of Thailand (ACT), together with private sector organisations, opposes the blanket amnesty bill, saying the legislation aims to overrule recent Supreme Court convictions concerning graft ...
4. 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.
5. news | 01 Nov 2013
» The House of Representatives passed both second and third readings of the controversial blanket amnesty bill early Friday, after Democrat Party opposition members walked out in the face of certain defeat.
6. news | 06 Nov 2013
» Members of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) from Udon Thani are planning pro-amnesty bill rallies across every province in the Northeast, UDD co-leader Kwanchai Praiphana said on Wednesday.
7. news | 22 Oct 2013
» Leading United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship members Deputy Commerce Minister Nathawut Saikua and Pheu Thai Party list MP Weng Tojirakan have added their voices to those opposing the revised version of an amne...
8. business | 11 Nov 2013
» The changing goals of the public protests are prompting some private organisations to reconsider their stance and cease activities regarding the controversial amnesty bill.
9. business | 04 Nov 2013
» The private sector is gearing up for the next stage in opposing the Pheu Thai party's blanket amnesty bill that would pardon everyone involved in incidents related to political unrest over the past nine years.
10. opinion | 02 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» In the end, only four members of parliament abstained from voting for the controversial amnesty bill that seeks to absolve any illegal political activities between 2004 to August 2013.