Yingluck Shinawatra, the Prime Minister of Thailand, gave her statement and answered questions from members of the local and foreign press in Bangkok. If you want to listen to Yingluck responding in English to questions from journalists, speed up to 9:17 minutes in the video.
There has been a rapid formation of anti-Government informal groups in Bangkok. It has always been in Bangkok, the core power base of the Democrat Party. The simplicity of politics, where the politicians of a dwindling party but those with the character of the prosperous and rich, has overturn the inclination that our country is […]
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has that asserted the government’s proceedings to amend the charter was legally sound, and the recent ruling by the Constitutional Court did not have precedent. According to Yingluck, the Office of the Council of State has been tasked with studying the court verdict. Regarding the Phuea Thai Party’s announcement it will […]
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday called a meeting of related ministers to prepare for the upcoming censure debate, while the opposition whip reiterated it needed 3 days for the debate. Yingluck met with Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Bunsongphaisan, Finance Minister Kittirat Na Ranong, and Agriculture Minister Yukhol Limlaemthong, among others. Niwatthamrong disclosed after the meeting […]
Democrat MP Shane Thaugsuban is a political maverick, a glamour-seeking politician, who happens to be the brother of another MP within the same party, Suthep, who is presently facing charges of murder of civilians in the Bangkok Red Shirt protest of 2010. This time, Shane has his hands full. He threw chairs into the air in […]
The Speaker of the Parliament of Singapore Halimah Yacob made a courtesy call to Thai Prime Minister and Defense Minister, Yingluck Shinawatra.
Thailand’s parliament briefly descended into chaos Tuesday as opposition lawmakers from the Democrat Party brawled with police during a debate on controversial proposals to amend the constitution.
Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV)’s general secretary Nguyen Phu Trong is scheduled to have a bilateral discussion with Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and meet the Thai Parliament President and House Speaker, Senate Speaker, political party leaders and representatives from the local private sector. The Vietnamese official’s visit is scheduled for June 25 to 27, in which his […]
Prime Minister of Thailand, Yingluck Shinawatra, a guest of honor in the Parliament.
Discussion with the Thai Prime Minister about her upcoming official 2-day trip to Sri Lanka. The aim of the visit is to strengthen bilateral relations. Yingluck is scheduled to address the Sri Lankan parliament on Friday morning.
Thai Gov’t Expects 310 MPs to vote in favour Government chief whip Amnuay Klangpa expects 310 MPs to vote in favour of passing the two-trillion-baht loan bill for infrastructure megaprojects when the House first-reading debate ends later today. He said the vote would likely be bolstered by some support from the opposition Bhumjaithai Party. The […]
The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Having before it the case of Mr. Prompan Prompan, a former member of the House of Representatives of Thailand, which has been examined by the Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians, pursuant to its Procedure for the treatment by the Inter-Parliamentary Union of communications concerning violations of the human […]