Move Forward party
21 Nov 2023
The Move Forward Party has called on PM Srettha Thavisin to approve 14 bills proposed by the Party, pointing out that it is not necessary for him to agree with the content but to provide MPs with an opportunity to exchange views and reach a conclusion.
16 Nov 2023
The Constitutional Court has extended its deliberation of cases involving charges brought against former PM candidate Pita Limjaroenrat and the Move Forward Party to next Wednesday.
8 Nov 2023
The Move Forward Party (MFP) has passed a resolution to expel Bangkok MP Chaiyamphawan Manpianjit, after he refused to issue a public apology for sexually harassing three people on his team.
1 Nov 2023
Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has announced that the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) will not be dissolved, arguing that its assistance is needed for development missions. The Move Forward Party has called for its dissolution.
26 Oct 2023
The parliament has voted against a Move Forward Party (MFP) proposal to hold a referendum on whether a Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA) should be elected to draft a new constitution.
19 Oct 2023
Parliament has voted against the Move Forward Party (MFP)’s proposal to establish an ad hoc committee to ensure the right to education for non-Thai students without civil registration.
13 Oct 2023
While many young activists decided to run with the Move Forward Party in the 2023 general election, several others shifted their support towards the Pheu Thai Party, despite its policies not matching up with demands made by pro-democracy protesters since 2020. From doubts about Move Forward’s support of popular movements to lack of organization and patriarchy among the party’s ranks, three young activists open up on why they changed their minds.
12 Oct 2023
Following the recent exposure of a sexual harassment case involving an MP, the Move Forward Party (MFP) has reported on the progress of investigations into alleged sexual harassment involving its MPs, and promised to enhance measures to prevent such behaviour by Party members.
12 Oct 2023
The Move Forward Party emerged top of the poll in the 2023 election, winning in provinces that were once Pheu Thai strongholds. What made Pheu Thai supporters shift their allegiances? Three Red Shirt protesters tell us about why they now vote Move Forward.
5 Oct 2023
The Move Forward Party has submitted an amnesty bill for those involved in political activities since 2006, with the hope of restoring the lives of victims of lawfare.
5 Oct 2023
Deputy House Speaker Padipat Suntiphada has been in discussion with several parties to find one to join after being formally expelled from the Move Forward Party (MFP) and expects to make a decision by 15 October.
28 Sep 2023
Following the post-sentencing detention of human rights lawyer and activist Anon Nampa for royal defamation, the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders and the Move Forward Party have issued statements condemning Anon’s sentencing and raising concerns about freedom of expression.