Thai Raksa Chart party on Friday, Feb. The royal order from King Maha Vajiralongkorn was read on national television late Friday night, effectively scuttling the move by his older sister, Princess Ubolratana Mahidol, to become a candidate for the prime minister's office after parliamentary elections scheduled for March It was the latest event to roil Thailand, which has been buffeted by coups, political comebacks and street violence for more than a decade. Ubolratana's registration as a candidate was a stunning move, not only because it would have broken a taboo on a senior royal running for public office, but also because it would have allied her with the Thai Raksa Chart Party, considered by many royalists to be unsympathetic to the monarchy. It is one of several parties linked to the political machine of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, a telecommunications billionaire who roared to power in with populist policies that made him practically unbeatable.
Thai princess' political bid sunk by her brother, the king
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A month or so on, however, and the decision is looking like a stroke of genius. Ms Yingluck has taken the campaign by storm, generating enough buzz and excitement to build a handy lead in the polls over the incumbent Democrat Party, led by the prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. There is still something over two weeks to go until election day on July 3rd, but if she keeps up her present pace it's difficult to imagine the Democrat Party ever clawing its way back across the gap. So how has Ms Yingluck managed it? To shine a little daylight on the magic, I joined her and her very large team for a day on the campaign trail in Thailand's deep and largely Muslim south.
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Obama's praised Thailand for being a supporter of democracy in Myanmar, the once-pariah state that is rapidly reforming. He said he appreciated the Thai prime minister's insights into Myanmar during their meetings on Sunday. Next stop: Obama kisses Suu Kyi as he visited the country to encourage dramatic political reforms Affection:
I am ready, but are people ready to accept a transgender candidate? The contest looks set to be a showdown between the military-backed, royalist Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and supporters of exiled former premier Thaksin Shinawatra. Ngarmpring - who goes by her preferred name Pauline - is one of three candidates for prime minister from the Mahachon Party, and is not considered a front-runner. The largely conservative Buddhist society is set to pass a landmark law that would make it among the first countries in Asia to legally recognize same-sex couples as civil partners.
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