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11. news | 06 Nov 2013
» Anti-amnesty protesters returned to occupy Silom Road on Wednesday, as the group's core leader says the Pheu Thai-led government might still try to legislate the controversial blanket amnesty bill.
12. news | 23 Oct 2013
» About two-thirds of people did not agree with the revised 'blanket reprieve' amnesty bill, or any amnesty law that will allow former premier Thaksin Shinawatra to reclaim his seized assets worth 46 billion baht, ...
13. news | 21 Oct 2013
» A leading United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship member insisted on Monday that UDD leaders do not want to benefit from the government's amnesty bill, but people of all political colour codes charged with of...
14. news | 08 Nov 2013
» Thailand’s stocks dropped and the baht touched a three-week low on concern protests triggered by a proposed amnesty law for political offences will deepen a slowdown in Southeast Asia’s second-biggest economy.
15. news | 11 Nov 2013
» The Senate is now deliberating the controversial amnesty bill which has been passed by the House of Representatives to provide a blanket amnesty to all involved in political offences from 2004 to Aug 8, 2013.
16. news | 10 Nov 2013
» The Pheu Thai Party on Sunday denied as groundless a report that its strategies committee has proposed a dissolution of the House of Representatives to counter the anti-amnesty protests.
17. 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...
18. learning | 15 Sep 2010
» The prime minister risks a fight with coalition partner in rejectng an amnesty for protesters.
19. opinion | 29 Nov 2013
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» In view of its controversy and divisiveness for Thai society, the amnesty bill has duly fallen by the wayside.
20. opinion | 05 Nov 2013
» There is nothing that unites the "We Hate Thaksin" brigade more than the possibility of an amnesty for the exiled former prime minister.