Thailand’s political parties’ policies for elderly people
In the upcoming general election on May 14th, 2023, several political parties have launched campaign policies to woo elderly voters, who are expected to play a crucial role in determining the outcome of the polls.
The people of ASEAN are using the ballot box to send strong messages
In Thailand, the most consistent theme of the past five chaotic and even bloody years has been the unfailing will of Thai voters to remain focused on being empowered to choose leaders they believe will deliver value — economically, socially and politically.
Defence Minister says Military won’t interfere in next election
The military will remain neutral and will not interfere in the July 3 general election, Defence Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwon said, urging political factions in political parties not to draw the military into politics.
Thailand’s double voting System, for list and Constituency
In the upcoming general election, scheduled for July 3, Thai voters will vote for two types of candidates to be Members of Parliament MPs. One is the voting on a party-list basis, or under the proportional representation system, and the other is the voting on a single-member constituency basis.
The Pheu Thai Party still leads the Democrat Party in party-list votes across the country for the July 3 general election, but not in Bangkok, according to Dusit Poll’s second opinion survey released yesterday.
Thailand’s General Election Scheduled for July 3rd
The election date was announced after a royal decree to dissolve the House of Representatives was endorsed by His Majesty the King on May 9. Preparations are now underway for the next general election, scheduled for Sunday, 3 July 2011.