Thailand's Constitutional Court has accepted the petition by the Election Comission to dissolve the Thai Raksachart Party after its failed bid to nomimate Princess Ubolratana as PM candidate.
The Thai Raksachart Party will not go down fighting against its looming dissolution now that the Constitutional Court is considering the Election Comission's petition, following the political fallout from their party's failed bid to nominate Princess Ubolratana as their PM candidate.
The Election Commission of Thailand has petitioned the Constitutional Court to dissolve the Thai Raksachart Party. I explain the details.
After the disqualification of their PM candidate, Princess Ubolratana, the trouble is not over for the Thaksin-aligned Thai Raksachart Party. So what could happen next?
It's a busy day today in Thailand. First the Election Comission has disqualified Princess Ubolratana's bid for PM. And: Bahraini footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi is coming home after months of Thai dentention and a diplomatic tussle between Bahrain and Australia.