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11. learning | 16 Nov 2011
» There are strong rumours today that the Yingluck cabinet, without her being present, has endorsed a royal decree that would allow former prime Thakisn to benefit from an amnesty for convicts.
12. news | 05 Nov 2013
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» Rectors from 25 universities have voiced opposition to the amnesty bill expected to be debated by the Senate next Monday.
13. opinion | 25 Oct 2013
» My first reaction was disbelief when I saw this headline, "Thaksin stares down mutiny over amnesty" on page 3 of the Bangkok Post newspaper on Friday.
14. learning | 21 Oct 2013
» Critics say the revised amnesty bill is clearly aimed to help former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra and is sure to lead to political confrontation.
15. news | 01 Nov 2013
» Rallies against the amnesty bill are expected to escalate after a network of anti-Thaksin groups said it would join the ongoing demonstrations mainly at the Uruphong intersection in Bangkok.
16. opinion | 06 Nov 2013
» Thaksin Shinawatra has achieved a feat undoable by other Thais. By trying to absolve himself of a criminal conviction and other alleged crimes and infractions, Thaksin has united his rank-and-file supporters and opponent...
17. news | 22 Oct 2013
» Relatives of people killed in the 2010 political violence have slammed Pheu Thai's push for a blanket reprieve for eveyone involved in the bloodshed, including those in charge of the protest crackdowns.
18. news | 31 Oct 2013
» Ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra's integrity and assets could be restored through another legal process without the need to enter a trade-off with an unconstitutional amnesty procedure, the Nitirat Group said...
19. lifestyle | 10 Nov 2013
» OK, so I think we can agree the whole amnesty idea was a dud. It was probably one of those great ideas on paper when Thaksin Shinawatra and his closest allies fleshed it out in Dubai, or a casino in Cambodia or even, as ...
20. news | 02 Nov 2013
» Several thousand Thai anti-government protesters gathered in Bangkok Saturday after lawmakers approved a controversial amnesty that could allow fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to return.