Pita Limjaroenrat

15 Sep 2023
Pita Limjaroenrat has announced his resignation from the position as leader of the Move Forward Party (MFP) because his court-ordered suspension as MP has left him unable to perform his duties.
16 Aug 2023
The Constitutional Court has rejected the petition seeking a review of a parliamentary decision that barred Pita Limjaroenrat from being renominated as PM, saying that the petitioners were not parties directly affected by the matter.
25 Jul 2023
The Office of the Ombudsman has filed a petition with the Constitutional Court, requesting a ruling in the case of the parliament’s rejection the renomination of Pita Limjaroenrat, the PM candidate from the Move Forward Party.
20 Jul 2023
Protesters gathered at the Democracy Monument to voice their resentment after Pita Limjaroenrat was suspended from parliamentary duties and rejected for renomination as prime minister.
19 Jul 2023
The Constitutional Court has issued an order to suspend Pita Limjaroenrat from his parliamentary duties regarding ownership of media shares.
18 Jul 2023
After Pita Limjaroenrat failed in his first bid to become Thailand’s next prime minister with 324 votes from both houses combined, of which only 13 were from the senate, a public gathering under the slogan ‘Respect My Vote’ called for the senators to respect the people’s consensus.
16 Jul 2023
Attempts to disqualify Move Forward Party leader Pita Limjaroenrat and block his bid to become the next Prime Minister have sparked a wave of protests during the past week in several provinces calling for the Senate and the House of Representative to approve his nomination as Prime Minister, as his party won the most seats in the last general election.
14 Jul 2023
In the afternoon parliamentary session of 13 July 2023 to select a new PM, the royal defamation law remained the hot topic.
13 Jul 2023
The highlights of a morning session of the parliamentary session, which was held to select a new Prime Minister with Pita Limjaroenrat as the only candidate nominated for the position. However, the outgoing government coalition parties continue to strongly oppose Pita.
13 Jul 2023
The Election Commission has submitted a petition under Section 82 of the Constitution, asking the Constitutional Court to decide the iTV share case of Move Forward Party leader Pita Limcharoenrat.
12 Jul 2023
The outgoing government coalition parties have reiterated their stance that their MPs will not vote in favour of Pita Limjaroenrat from the Move Forward Party due to their opposition to the MFP policy to amend the royal defamation law or Section 112 of the Criminal Code.
13 Jun 2023
A pro-monarchy group gathered in front of the parliament to submit a letter urging Senators not to support MPs from parties that have a policy of abolishing Section 112, which they perceive as equivalent to abolishing the monarchy.


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