Thai Patriots Network prevented from trespassing

Thai Patriots Network, led by Chaiwat Sinsuwong, was prevented from trespassing at the Prime Minister’s Bangkok residence. Chaiwat, a known radical politician and self-declared nationalists, along with 30 other supporters of the organization journeyed to Yingluck Shinawatra’s house in Soi Yothin Pattana 3, to demand that the Government withdraw Thailand’s membership of the International Court of Justice […]

Preah Vihear: Commitment towards responsible reporting

The Union Media of Asian (UMA) hosted a meeting in Sa Kaew’s Arunyaprathet district between press members of Thailand and Cambodia in a bid to ensure objective and transparent reporting of the upcoming verdict regarding Preah Vihear. Press members have reached a consensus that the coverage of the November 11 ruling will be focused on […]

Thai Patriots Network told to leave Sanam Luang

The Thai Patriots Network, which is a group of right-wing neo-fascists, is planning for a protests to disrupt the relations between Thailand and Cambodia. The protests for ownership of the Preah Vihear Temple (known as Phra Viharn by Thai people) is supported by the far right-wings of the Democrat Party and their ally, the People’s Alliance […]

Democrat Party’s Take on Preah Vihear

Democrat Party deputy leader Thaworn Senneam said that if the Government believed it has a good rapport and strong ties with the Cambodian Government, it should ask Phnom Penh to withdraw the case and settle out of court. This is an excepted reaction from Thaworn, who likes to simplify the matter because of his lack […]