United Thai Nation Party

18 Aug 2023
The United Thai Nation Party (UTN), Prayut Cha-o-cha’s former party, has announced its readiness to join a Pheu Thai-led government.
24 Jul 2023
The Pheu Thai Party (PTP), the party now tasked with forming a government, has commenced negotiations with other parties after the previous coalition found itself in a deadlock following a perplexing defeat during the second nomination of Move Forward Party (MFP) leader Pita Limcharoenrat for Prime Minister on July 19, when parliament voted to block individuals from being nominated more than once.
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.
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.
28 May 2023
The Election Commission of Thailand (ECT) has released the final vote count of the 2023 general election, but said that it still has to ensure that no fraud has occurred before it can announce the certified result.
10 May 2023
A photo went viral on social media showing a campaign message from the United Thai Nation Party (UTN) projected by laser onto the pillar of Rama VIII bridge, provoking questions about its legality and criticism from the public.
26 Mar 2023
Cartoon by Stephff: New party member
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.
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