Cod Satrusayang

Cod Satrusayang is the Editor-in-Chief of Thai Enquirer.
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Opinion: Thailand’s real royalists cannot let Palang Pracharat be its sole representative in parliament

The watch scandal, the crackdown on students, the military-backing, the coup, the minister who was a drug smuggler, the minister who built...

The completely arbitrary, crowdsourced, soundtrack to the rebellion

Student protests, like any good movement, needs a soundtrack so without further ado, we present to you the completely arbitrary, crowdsourced soundtrack...

Government non-committal on student demands; says trying to deescalate the situation; defends crackdown

Thailand's military-backed government on Saturday said that it was trying to de-escalate tensions and avoid confrontations between various groups but was non-committal...

Student-leader calls on South Korean government to stop selling crowd control trucks to Thailand

Student leader Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal is calling on the South Korean government stop selling all crowd control devices to the Thai government.

Opinion: Four steps the students should push for next instead of playing a zero-sum game

On Wednesday evening, two important things happened.The prime minister made a national address and called for all...

Thai pro-democracy protests inspire Laotian social media calls for better governance

Thailand's pro-democracy, anti-military protest has prompted solidarity and reevaluation across the region with Laotian net users becoming the latest group to use...

As the crackdown in Rajprasong happened, protests erupted on campuses across the country

As police were using riot shields and water cannons to crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Bangkok on Friday, student-led protests erupted on...

Protesters take to social media to ask about missing friends after government crackdown on demonstrations

Following a government crackdown on student-led anti-government demonstrators on Friday, friends and family of protest-goers have taken to social media to find...

Police raid headquarters of Progressive Movement in latest move against opposition voices

Thai police, on Friday, attempted to raid the headquarters of the Progressive Movement, the political foundation set up by former MPs of...

Prime Minister defends emergency decree as necessary to stop ‘violence’

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha has defended the imposition of a new emergency decree on Friday, arguing that is as necessary to stop...

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The hashtag, #งดลอยกระทง63, trended on Thai Twitter on Friday as netizens came together to campaign against the waste produced during the festival...

Government goes after former Future Forward leaders; summons them to hear sedition charges

Thailand's military-backed government has summoned the former leaders of the dissolved Future Forward Party to hear charges of sedition and other alleged...

Royalists and government responds to former PM Anand’s suggestions; say more at stake than Prayut’s rule

Royalist leaders and the government responded on Friday to former Prime Minister Anand Panyarachun's advice for calm and to address concerns of...

Nearly 5,000 THAI employees accept early retirement plan, first round to begin in December

Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) said that 4,997 employees have signed up for an early retirement program called “Mutual Separation Plan”, or...

Rising NPLs in the financial sector takes its toll on the Thai economy

By Suppakorn Araam-arunsriThe much talked about gloom and doom in the country’s financial sector may have been overstated by...