Anti-graft agency finally releases evidences after uproar

The National Anti Corruption Commission (NACC) has allowed the legal team of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to make a copy of additional documentary evidence on the rice pledging scheme fraud case from the agency. The move was unveiled by the NACC Secretary General Sansern Poljiak who stated that the remaining evidence is not crucial to the […]

PDRC marching in Bangkok to revive declining popularity

‎People’s Democratic Reform Committee protesters will march along Bangkok roads on Monday to invite people to join their major rally on Saturday, PDRC spokesman Akanat Prompan said on Sunday. Sources confirmed that PDRC will collect money to pay for their expensive public gatherings and equipment used during rallies. The neo-fascist group has lost considerable support […]

Muslim Uighurs refugees detained in Thailand

Some 15 ethnic Muslim Uighurs from China’s Xinjiang region were detained in the eastern province of Sa Kaeo intending to emigrate to Turkey. A joint border patrol operation of Thai soldiers and police discovered a group of 15 Muslims refugees, 10 of whom were children, hidden in a forest 200 metres from the Thai-Cambodian border […]

Opposition to continue boycotting the ballot box

Thailand’s general election held in February was declared invalid Friday after disruption by opposition mob, setting the scene for possible talks between warring political parties about new polls to end the deadlock. While the ruling from the Constitutional Court further delays the formation of a new Government, it also offers a possible exit from the political […]