Cod Satrusayang

Cod Satrusayang is the Editor-in-Chief of Thai Enquirer.
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[Update-1] Several leaders of the largest opposition party, including Khunying Sudarat, resigns from leadership posts

Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan, the co-leader of the largest opposition party in parliament, has resigned from her post on Friday, local media reported....

Government plans to dissolve house to keep senatorial advantage if November vote goes astray

Thailand’s military-backed government will dissolve the house to keep the current charter in place if a November vote to amend the constitution...

Thursday’s parliamentary motion to delay was only made possible by military-appointed senate

Following Thursday’s vote in parliament which saw the government postpone proposals to amend the military-drafted constitution, critics and politicians have come out...

Senators escape from parliament by boat and back exit after voting to postpone constitutional amendments

Members of the military-appointed senate, many of them generals and military officials, escaped from parliament on Thursday by boat and the back-exit...

Ridiculing the top 5 conspiracy theories surrounding the student protesters

For the past 3 months, pro-democracy student-protests have gripped the nation and spread throughout the country. The students have held massive rallies...

Opinion: No one has damaged the royal institution more than the generals in the last 20 years

Many conservatives and royalist in Thai society are upset that the student protesters are touching upon the role of the institution and...

Opinion: Thailand not a major part of FinCen leaks – that’s actually a major problem

This week, Buzzfeed and the ICIJ released a report based on leaks from the US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. The leaks are...

Legal group to march on parliament after gathering more than 100,000 signatures calling for charter amendment

The legal group the Internet Dialogue on Law Reform (iLaw) will march on parliament today to submit a motion to amend the...

Royalists are pressuring the government to take action against protesters

Royalist and conservative members of Thai society have stepped up a pressure campaign to force the Prayut Chan-ocha government to take action...

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Thailand will be unlivable if protestors manage to topple him and they want the gov’t to use force on them, claims PM

Prime Minister Prayut Chan o-cha said on Monday that he personally does not want a pro-democracy rally to take place on October 14 but...

CCSA welcomes six groups of foreign travellers, hoping to stimulate Thai economy

The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said on Monday that it approved reopening the country's borders to welcome foreign visitors, both...

Thailand revises monopoly laws to close mergers loopholes

Amendments have been made to the market monopoly law, the Royal Thai Government Gazette announced last week.The revised...

[UPDATE-1] Thailand discovers 22 new cases of coronavirus in on Monday; global death toll now over 1 million

Thailand’s government said on Tuesday that it had discovered 22 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours in state quarantine.

Opinion: Thailand’s Patronage Decoupling

2020 is undoubtedly the year of abnormality. Although Covid-19 has introduced many “new normals” to our lives, Thailand’s political divide remains unbridged...