Siam Bioscience was selected by AstraZeneca

Siam Bioscience was chosen by AstraZeneca after a detailed assessment and comparison against other institutions proposed by Thailand, according to the National Vaccine Institute (N…

Protesters close Ratchadamnoen Klang Avenue for demonstration

Protesters have closed Bangkok’s Ratchadamnoen Klang Avenue outbound and erected several small stages for speakers. The protest site covers the area around the Democracy monument and all the way to the October 14 Memorial.

Speakers on each stage are discussing different issues and demands, such as the prime minister’s resignation, a new Constitution, reform of the Monarchy and education, among others. The road surface has been sprayed with graffiti calling for democracy.

Police are stationed around the area to keep the peace and handle traffic, but crowd control officers have not yet been seen there.

At 6.40pm, it was announced, from the main protest stage at the memorial, that their demonstration was ending and that the other stages should wrap up for the day.

There is another demonstration underway in front of Government House. The protesters plan to stay overnight. This protest is organized by an activist network from Chana district of Songkhla pro

Charter Court finds Prayut not guilty of ethics breaches

The Constitutional Court has dismissed charges of ethics breaches and conflict of interests against Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in connection with his continued stay at a property owned by the Royal Thai Army after his retirement as army chief.

A guilty verdict would have ended General Prayut’s premiership.  


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