Jun 19, 2013
Long way to go
In his first talk on Thai media airwaves, Barisan Revolusi Nasional negotiator Hassan Taib committed to the success of the peace dialogue process, but conceded there are other groups on both the Malay and Thai sides who do not want this to happen.
Chavalit: Govt restraint, court prudence needed
Former prime minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh has urged the government to stop pushing for charter amendments and enactment of the reconciliation laws for now.
Northeast continues to be a thorn in Democrat side
The ruling party, which is trying to catch up with Pheu Thai Party in the opinion polls, realises that voters from the Northeast can greatly boost its chances to rival the Thaksin Shinawatra-backed party led by his youngest sister, Ms Yingluck.
Chavalit explains why he left P. Thai
Former prime minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh said he resigned his membership of the Pheu Thai Party because he wanted to stop the red-shirts from repeatedly making a "mistake". Gen Chavalit said this in a speech to a seminar of election candidates and members of the New Aspiration Party at the Rama Gardens Hotel on Monday morning.
Gen Chavalit joins Puea Thai Party
Former prime minister Chavalit Yongchaiyuth on Friday morning led retired army generals and former members of the New Aspiration Party to apply for membership of the main opposition Puea Thai Party at the party headquarters.