Tag: Thai Elections
Does Real Democracy Stand a Chance in Thailand? | Inside Story
It's eighty eight years since the revolution in Thailand which was the end of the absolute monarchy and the start of democracy. But it's the army and the Royal palace which today define much of Thai politics.
CONDEMNING the RETURN to PREMIERSHIP of GENERAL PRAYUTH CHAN-OCHA THROUGH a MANIPULATIVE METHOD
FORSEA absolutely condemns the political manipulation on the part of the junta, General Prayuth, the Thai Senate and the parties that lent their support for General Prayuth that led him to parliamentary victory.
FIVE YEARS AFTER the COUP: THAIS PROTEST AROUND the WORLD for the RESTORATION OF DEMOCRACY
In Berlin, Los Angeles, Sydney and London, pro-democracy individuals gathered to condemn the coup that took place five years ago, May 22, 2014.
SHORT CLIP: EXPLAINING ELECTORAL FRAUD & IRREGULARITIES IN THAILAND
The main findings of the FORSEA report give further credence to already widespread concerns among many in Thailand and in the international community regarding the fairness and transparency of the 2019 elections.
FRAUD, IRREGULARITIES and DIRTY TRICKS: A REPORT ON THAILAND’S 2019 ELECTIONS
FORSEA special Report on Thailand's elections, held March 24, 2019, detailing cases of fraud and irregularities in the polls.
THAILAND ELECTIONS USED TO EXPLOIT THE DEMOCRATISATION PROCESS
Writing in the The Washington Post, FORSEA's Pavin Chachavalpongpun explains how Thailand's junta has intentionally created the parliamentary interregnum as a delaying tactic to undermine democracy.
THAI ELECTIONS 2019
Military uniforms are out, the civilian look is in. Window dressing aside: The five-year military rule has done nothing but deepen the militarisation of the Thai political landscape.
THE DISSOLUTION of the THAI RAKSA CHART PARTY
Just weeks before the general elections in Thailand, the judicial coup is taking place.
ANOTHER ELECTION DELAY WOULD KILL THAILAND’S DEMOCRACY
One hopes that elections will actually be held this time around. Failure by the government to keep to the recently announced date could lead to political instability.
VIDEO: PRAJAK KONGKIRATI on the THAI ELECTIONS 2019
In a FORSEA exclusive, Dr Prajak Kongkirati from Bangkok's Thammasat University, speaks about Thailand's military government and its inherent distain of the democratic process as upcoming polls loom for the country.