Politics
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PM defends ad spending of govt

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and government officials on Friday came out in defence of the Office of the Prime Minister's spending on advertisements, after it was ranked 13th out of 20 agencies for most ad spending in the country according to a recent poll by US-based research firm Nielsen.

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PM defends ad spending of govt
05:00

PM's tenure review approaches

The petition calling for a definitive ruling on when Gen Prayut's premiership should end is expected to be forwarded to the charter court for a review on Monday.

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Tenure review
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Top spot race hots up

Top spot race hots up

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Top spot race hots up
19 Aug 2022

Group wants opinions on Gen Prayut's tenure

Academics and media outlets are the public to take part in an online poll to express opinions on the dispute over when Prime Minister Prayut's tenure ends.

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Opinions on Prayut's tenure
18 Aug 2022

Thaksin says no secret deal with PPRP

Former prime minister Thaksin denies brokering a deal with the Palang Pracharath Party and the Pheu Thai Party to form a coalition government after the next election.

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Thaksin: No secret deal
18 Aug 2022

PM 'will not' dissolve House

Gen Prayut will not dissolve the House and will carry on working until the end of this tenure, says the government spokesman.

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No dissolution
18 Aug 2022

Opposition submits tenure petition

The opposition formally petitioned the Constitutional Court yesterday to rule on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha's eight-year tenure and asked that he be suspended pending the ruling.

18 Aug 2022
17 Aug 2022

Prayut silent amid tenure controversy

Gen Prayut remains tight-lipped about the opposition's move to seek a Constitutional Court ruling over a dispute regarding the eight-year limit on his premiership.

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A silent Prayut
17 Aug 2022

Ruam Phaen Din 'no mere clone'

Gen Wit Devahastin na Ayudhya, the new leader of the Ruam Phaen Din Party, insists the party is not an offshoot of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP).

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Ruam Phaen Din 'no mere clone'
16 Aug 2022

MP 'Madame Dear' quits PPRP

List-MP Watanya Bunnag, also known as Madame Dear, has resigned from the Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP), forfeiting her House seat, in a show of discontent after a bid to amend the election bill collapsed for lack of a quorum on Monday.

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MP 'Madame Dear' quits PPRP