We recall seeing a small story somewhere announcing that one party, the Bhum Jai Thai Party, has chortled that the military’s charter is just fine for them. 710 more words
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Another article for the special issue “Military, Monarchy and Repression: Assessing Thailand’s Authoritarian Turn” has been published.
Paul Chambers of the Institute of Southeast Asian Affairs, Faculty of Law, Chiang Mai University and Napisa Waitoolkiat of the College of ASEAN Community Studies, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, have authored “ 172 more words
The Nation tells its readers about the military dictatorship’s revised plans for staying in power, a la General Suchinda Kraprayoon.
The junta is urging that “the junta did not want the new charter to be rejected in the national referendum because of a special mechanism or body to check and balance the power of the government.” They know that everyone thinks this idea is mad. 286 more words