10 Jan 2023
After more than a week of criticism, the governor of the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has issued a postponement of the 33 million THB deal given to a private company to build the Grand Station’s new signs.
10 Jan 2023
8 years after he toppled the elected government, Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Prime Minister, has officially joined the Ruam Thai Sang Chart Party (United Thai Nation Party), adding that he values the democratisation process.
10 Jan 2023
Two monarchy reform activists have had their bail revoked yesterday (9 January) after the Criminal Court ruled that they had violated their bail conditions by joining an anti-government protest during the APEC summit in November 2022.
9 Jan 2023
Video clips released on social media show the crowd booing as the Thai royal anthem played on stage and the words "Please pay your respects to His Majesty the King" appeared on the screen before the Blackpink World Tour kicked off in Bangkok.
8 Jan 2023
According to a statement from the Bureau of the Royal Household released last night (7 January), Princess Bajrakitiyabha, King Vajiralongkorn's oldest child, remains unconscious after she was hospitalized on 14 December 2021.
5 Jan 2023
A parliamentary hearing into a police crackdown on an anti-government protest in November that left dozens wounded was adjourned without any progress on Wednesday because police commanders failed to show up. 
4 Jan 2023
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) faces public outrage for commissioning a private company to build a 1 million USD sign to change the name of its central station. An investigation is underway and suspicious dealings have been questioned.
28 Dec 2022
Two high school students were detained for over 6 hours yesterday (27 December) for flashing three-finger salutes  at an intersection on a road that was closed ahead of King Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida’s royal motorcade, while a food delivery driver said he faced police surveillance during the King and Queen's visit to the province.
28 Dec 2022
A student group at Chiang Mai University’s Faculty of Law has decided to cancel a board game night, during which they planned to play the card game “Patani Colonial Territory,” due to concerns caused by a visit from an officer of unknown affiliation.
28 Dec 2022
Year-end festivities may go ahead as planned, the Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Interior has said, after several government agencies cancelled their New Year celebrations, seemingly due to concerns over the conditions of Princess Bajrakitiyabha, the King’s oldest daughter, who remains in hospital.
26 Dec 2022
The Nonthaburi Juvenile and Family Court has found 19-year-old activist Thanakorn (last name withheld) guilty of royal defamation for giving a speech criticizing the monarchy during a protest on 10 September 2020. 
24 Dec 2022
A new report published by the human rights group ARTICLE 19 has found that the Thai government’s treatment of pro-democracy protesters violated their rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, including by exploiting the Covid-19 pandemic to enact repressive emergency measures and using the royal defamation law against protesters.


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