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Election 2019

Starting date: 17 Sep 2018

All moves towards the March 24 general election in Thailand.

  • 'I would die for this country': Prayut

    General

    'I would die for this country': Prayut

    Latest updatevideoupdatePrime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha stole the show on Friday on the last day of election campaign rallies when he appeared on the Palang Pracharath Party's (PPRP) rally stage to the surprise of cheering crowds at Thephasdin Stadium near the National Stadium in Bangkok.

  • EC ready for poll despite many fraud complaints

    General

    EC ready for poll despite many fraud complaints

    videoThe Election Commission (EC) has affirmed that it is ready for the general election on Sunday despite almost 100 complaints of electoral fraud being lodged so far.

    Published: 23 Mar 2019

    Writer: Post Reporters

  • Politician Prayut the highlight of last-gasp party rallies

    Politics

    Politician Prayut the highlight of last-gasp party rallies

    videoPrime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha took the stage at the final rally of the pro-regime Palang Pracharath Party in Bangkok on Friday night, saying he was “ready to die for the country” and warning supporters to beware of false promises.

    Published: 22 Mar 2019

    Writer: Wassana Nanuam, Online Reporters and Reuters

  • Prawit rules out post-election coup

    Politics

    Prawit rules out post-election coup

    updateDeputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon has dismissed the concern about post-election political unrest and military coup.

    Published: 22 Mar 2019

    Writer: Wassana Nanuam and Online Reporters

  • Election Made Easy

    Social & lifestyle

    Election Made Easy

    The general election is this Sunday, baby! Aren't you stoked to be able to exercise your right to vote again after a five-year absence (or eight, if you take into consideration that the 2014 general election was deemed invalid by the Constitutional Court). Anywhoo, it can be overwhelming to digest all the information, campaign videos, memes, pictures of hot candidates and fake news that have flooded your Facebook newsfeed lately. Perhaps, it's best to judge our candidates based on their parties' policies and proposals, and Bangkok Poll on Sunday revealed that 97% of respondents in their latest survey will vote on Mar 24 and more than half said party policies will be the first factor when deciding which candidates to vote for.

    Published: 22 Mar 2019

    Writer: Pornchai Sereemongkonpol