Labour Minister Signs MOU and Declares Intent to Drive Anti-Human Trafficking Measures to Tier 1

Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin presided over the ceremony on the declaration of intent and sign a Memorandum of Understanding to prevent and solve child labour and forced labor for shrimp, fish, sugarcane, and garment product businesses between the Thai Frozen Foods Association and 12 organizations. The MOU demonstrates the organizations’ commitment to care for the […]

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Labour Minister Reports Payment of 2nd Installment for Section 33 We Love Each Other Project Supporting Economy with Expenditure of over 4,603M Baht

 Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin revealed that today (March 29, 2021), the Section 33 We Love Each Other Project transferred the second installment of 1,000 Baht to the ‘Pao Tang’ application. Overall, the accumulated spending in the Section 33 We Love Each Other Project from March 22 to 28, 2021, has reached 4,603,989,005.52 Baht. For […]

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Thailand’s political landscape changing fast as new parties erupt

The newly formed Ruam Thai Sang Chart Party sounds very familiar, especially since it carries the same name as the government initiative launched to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite government denials, observers believe the new party is connected with the “Ruam Thai Sang Chart” (Uniting Thais to Build the Nation) campaign launched by Prime Minister Prayut […]

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UDD leader Jatuporn to lead protest against PM Prayut on April 4

United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) chairman Jatuporn Promphan has vowed to lead a prolonged protest, with the ultimate goal of toppling the government of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. Jatuporn, who has been sitting on the sidelines, observing the political situation since his release from prison in August 2018, said in his Facebook live […]

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Thailand to reopen in four phases beginning April 1st

The Thai government is considering easing quarantine requirements and restrictions on travel to Thailand, which will be split into four phases. The spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s office, Anucha Burapachaisri, said that the first phase will start on April 1st. The quarantine period for foreign tourists travelling to Phuket, Krabi, Phang-nga, Chiang Mai and Pattaya will […]

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