PM Hopeful Abhisit Wants Constitutional Changes - Khaosod English

PM Hopeful Abhisit Wants Constitutional Changes  Khaosod English

BANGKOK — The leader of Thailand's oldest political party said Wednesday that if he becomes prime minister after elections on Sunday, he will make forceful ...

Numbers game: How Thailand's election system favors pro-army parties - Reuters

Numbers game: How Thailand's election system favors pro-army parties  Reuters

Thailand goes to the polls on Sunday under a new system that critics say the military government has devised to prevent the most popular political party, which ...

Thailand's possible prime ministers, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Thailand's possible prime ministers, SE Asia News & Top Stories  The Straits Times

BANGKOK (AFP) - An athletic billionaire, a marijuana advocate, a gruff coup leader, and a candidate jokingly labelled the "strongest man on earth".

Old foes, millennials stand in way of Thai junta polls victory - New Straits Times

Old foes, millennials stand in way of Thai junta polls victory  New Straits Times

CHAIYAPHUM: Thailand holds it first election in eight years on Sunday under rules concocted by a junta to keep it in power, but with the appeal of both old foes ...

Thailand's possible prime ministers - Yahoo News

Thailand's possible prime ministers  Yahoo News

An athletic billionaire, a marijuana advocate, a gruff coup leader, and a candidate jokingly labelled the "strongest man on earth". The 68 candidates for prime ...

Thai parties woo young voters, but one may hit the mark - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Thai parties woo young voters, but one may hit the mark  Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Political parties in Thailand are courting the 7 million young people who are newly eligible to vote in the first general election since a military coup in 2014.

Thailand's possible prime ministers - Daily Mail

Thailand's possible prime ministers  Daily Mail

This photo shows (clockwise from L) Prayut, Thanathorn, Sudarat, Abhisit, and Anutin -- analysts believe these figures have the best chance of winning.

Numbers game: How Thailand's election system favors pro-army parties - Reuters

Numbers game: How Thailand's election system favors pro-army parties  Reuters

Thailand goes to the polls on Sunday under a new system that critics say the military government has devised to prevent the most popular political party, which ...

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