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Prime Minister Prayut retracts earlier statements, nationwide floods have ruined country’s national holiday

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has admitted the government's inability to fully resolve the country's annual flooding problems, but promised prompt compensation for the victims. He...

Coalition of Thai parties conspire to remove Prime Minister Prayut from office

Several Thai newspapers this week had reported that members of some of the smaller parties in parliament have confirmed the existence of a conspiracy...

Street protests against Thai government are getting bigger and more grim

Protesters in Thailand have been demanding political reforms for a year, but the government hasn't budged so far. Meanwhile, the atmosphere on the streets...

Prime Minister Prayut said restrictions could be lifted next month after signs of slowing infection

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha announced this afternoon that Covid-19 restrictions could be eased next month amid signs that the infection rate is slowing. However,...

Prime Minister Prayut sounds the alarm about the huge mountain of contaminated Covid19 waste

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says he is concerned about the increasing amount of polluted waste in Bangkok, averaging around 100,000 kg per day. Much of...

Prime Minister Prayut bows to court ruling and lifts restrictions on news coverage

In accordance with last week's civil court ruling, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha today officially lifted restrictions on reporting news in the media that could...

Prime Minister Prayut in self-isolation after taking a selfie with a Covid19 positively tested Chamber of Commerce director

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has placed himself in isolation after returning from Phuket, where he was pictured next to a director who later tested...

A NIDA survey found that a majority of the Thai population is against reopening the country in 120 days

 More than half of Nida Poll respondents disagree with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-chas' plan to reopen the country within 120 days. The public survey, titled...

Prime Minister Prayut unsure whether Bangkok’s 7-day lockdown would stop the spread of COVID19 virus

Thailand's Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha is unsure about the proposal to shut down Bangkok for seven days with the aim of containing the ongoing...

Prime Minister Prayut of Thailand is putting the brakes on walk-in vaccinations in Thailand

Prime Minister Prayut of Thailand is putting the brakes on walk-in vaccinations in Thailand Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha told the media yesterday that he did...

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