A source close to fugitive former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has quashed rumours that the ex-premier is washing his hands of politics, saying he is only waiting for the right time to step back into the political sphere.
Thailand’s army chief warns against protests after a disputed election.
Thailand’s King revokes the royal decorations that ousted Thaksin Shinawatra.
The Phuea Thai Party’s March 27 announcement that it will form a seven-party coalition with at least 255 seats in the lower house of the Thai parliament, the House of Representatives, is at best a small moral victory for the so-called “democratic alliance” that the party seeks to lead.
Thai voters went to the polls in a a race that pits a military junta chief seeking to retain power against a “democratic front”.
Thailand’s Constitutional Court orders the dissolution of an opposition party.
The thorn in the junta’s side, Thaksin Shinawatra, nominated Princess Ubolratana as a prime ministerial candidate in the March 24 election.
Thailand’s Court to consider a ban on a party that nominated princess for PM.
The Thai princess says she wants Thailand to be “moving forward”, but she did not comment on her candidacy to PM.
Looking ahead, 2019 may see both an election and a coronation in Thailand. If that happens, the junta will likely consider the coronation as a royal endorsement of the military’s political efforts since the 2014 coup.
Thailand is not concerned about the movement of fugitive former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his sister.
Fugitive former Thai Prime Minister in Hong Kong calls for party unity ahead of an approaching general election.
A senior Cambodian military official has denied a Thai red-shirt leader wanted in connection with alleged arms deals is hiding in Cambodia.
The only son of fugitive former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has been charged with money laundering.
Tearful former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra says she did not act dishonestly.
Thailand’s Supreme Court set August 25 as date for verdict in trial of the Yingluck Shinawatra.
More than a dozen members of an assembly appointed by Thailand’s junta have resigned to be able to contest elections.