KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - Thailand’s largely decentralized protest movement and evolving internet landscape will make it tough for the country's conservative government to mute mounting calls to rein in the country's powerful monarchy, observers say. Human rights lawyer Anon Nampa broke
After its finance minister’s surprise exit, Thailand is looking for a new chief to steer its economy through the coronavirus crisis, with the outgoing central bank boss being linked to the job and a deputy minister throwing his hat into
Remanded protest leaders Anon Nampa and Panupong Jaadnok were released from Bangkok Special Prison at about 6pm this evening by order of the Criminal Court, at the request of the police, apparently to ease political pressure on the Government from
The Government has adjusted the Action Plan for Older Persons, 2020-2022, to prepare for Thailand entering a "super-aged” society in the next 10 years. Deputy Government Spokesperson Rachada Dhnadirek said that the Government had included an aging society in the national agenda.
The Labour Minister joined the Mitsubishi Automobile Thailand Workers Union Annual General Meeting and DENSO Thailand Workers Union Annual General Meeting. He emphasized the strengthening of participation among all parties following the “Uniting Thailand to Create a Nation” policy to
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