Thaksin Shinawatra

23 Aug 2023
Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has been transferred from prison to a hospital due to concerns over his high blood pressure and low blood oxygen level after being sent to jail for convictions in criminal cases.
22 Aug 2023
Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who returned from exile, has been detained and is being closely monitored due to his vulnerable health and pre-existing medical conditions, including lung, heart, blood pressure, and spinal issues.
22 Aug 2023
Thaksin Shinawatra, the ousted prime minister who returned from self-exile, has been sentenced to 8 years in prison for convictions in 3 cases passed on him in absentia.
22 Aug 2023
As soon as his private jet lands in Thailand, former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who has lived in exile for 17 years, will be taken to the Supreme Court for processing into the judicial system.
28 Jul 2023
The next PM vote, along with one to amend Section 272, will take place on 4 August 2023, the same day that the Constitutional Court considers the petition regarding Pita Limjaroenrat’s renomination. The House Speaker insisted Thaksin’s return is of no concern to parliament.
7 Jul 2023
​​​​​​​Pheu Thai leader Chonlanan Srikaew confirmed that the Amnesty Bill referred to in the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Move Forward Party (MFP) and Pheu Thai Party (PTP) on July 3, focuses only on cases related to political expression, assembly, and protest, and does not include cases under Article 112 or Thaksin's cases 
18 May 2023
Thaksin Shinawatra, the exiled former Thai PM, discussed the post-election situation and affirmed his intention to return home despite having to serve his time in prison.
2 May 2023
Thaksin teases about “coming home” as Paetongtarn gives birth to his seventh grandchild.
23 May 2022
Following the stunning victory on Sunday night by gubernatorial candidate Chadchart Sittipunt, who carried all of Bangkok’s 50 districts in a record-breaking sweep, many observers spent Monday speculating what the phenomenon would mean for Thai politics on the national level. 
18 Nov 2021
When protesters and members of the public again raised the issue of amending the lèse majesté law in November, political parties and affiliated think tanks responded in different ways.


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