Prayut Chan-o-cha

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. 
26 Sep 2021
Thalufah, one of the pro-democracy protest groups, organised a protest on 25 September, with 4 demands: the unconditional resignation of PM Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha; a new constitution; monarchy reform; and reform of the judicial system to ensure the right to bail of detained activists. 
5 Sep 2021
On 4 September, protesters gathered in front of the Swiss Embassy on Wireless Road for a planned march to the King Vajiravudh statue in Lumpini Park to call for monarchy reform, the resignation of Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, the immediate rollout of quality vaccines and a social welfare for all.
3 Sep 2021
Nattacha Boonchaiinsawat, a Move Forward MP, has released voice clips, videos and documents regarding military operations creating fake social media accounts to conduct information warfare against the people and close monitoring of those seen as the Prime Minister’s political enemies.
30 Aug 2021
On 29 August, protesters at-the-wheel struck again in at least 5 provinces to demand Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha’s resignation.
14 Aug 2021
What promised to be a peaceful march to Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha’s house by the Talu Fa (Pierce the Sky) group made no more headway than other protests earlier this week. The protesters withdrew after police used force to keep them from reaching their destination.
10 Aug 2021
Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has withdrawn the 29th order under the Emergency Decree that banned the distribution of information causing fear or public disorder regardless of its veracity.  This follows a Civil Court ruling to suspend the order on the grounds that it was unconstitutional and exceeded the powers of the government.
11 Jul 2021
Anti-government protesters formed an on-the-road protest on Saturday, touring Bangkok to visit political parties in the coalition government and demanding that they and Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha resign. People and gather at the Democracy Monument on Saturday afternoon, preparing to join the car mob protest.
25 Jun 2021

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