Privy Council

27 Nov 2020
This article will explain the relationship between the monarchy and the armed forces in the modern reign in 2 parts: 1) royal government agencies which are directly under royal command; and 2) relations with the armed forces which the King has created through recently developed networks.
5 May 2020
Nurak Marpraneet, former President of the Constitutional Court, has been appointed a member of the Privy Council.
29 Dec 2014
Khaosod English:  The top adviser to His Majesty the King has praised the 2014 military coup as a necessary action that saved Thailand from chaos.
13 May 2014
The Thai Appeal Court on May 8 affirmed the decision of the Court of First Instance, sentencing Ekkachai H. to three years and four months in jail and a fine of 66,666 baht for selling VCDs of a documentary on the Thai royal succession by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and copies of Wikileaks cables. 
17 Dec 2010
Papatchanan Ching-in has been found guilty of lèse majesté for her involvement in a red-shirt protest against the President of the Privy Council in Nakhon Ratchasima in April last year.
14 Oct 2009
Somsak Jeamtheerasakul, a Thammasat University lecturer in history, told a public forum that in order to get rid of the so-called ‘Amat’ regime (traditional elitist rule), it was necessary to change the constitutional clause on the royal prerogatives to conform to the principles of democracy.  This included two main points: the appointment of Privy Councillors and the succession, with the latter being changed after the 1991 coup.
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