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Suthep makes high-stakes claims

Key Democrat discloses evidence alleging TRT members tried to buy an opposition, tells Election Commission the party should be dissolved

Thaksin's allies

The Nation has compiled a lit of allies of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra as followings:

Anti-Thaksin groups

The Nation has compiled a list of groups which are opposed to the Thaksin regime as following:

TRT to sue Democrats

Thai Rak Thai Party executive Prommin Lertsuridej yesterday sued the Democrat Party for libel over claims the ruling party funded minor parties to contest the April 2 election.

Financial district sends mixed message

Mixed emotions shadowed yesterday's anti-Thaksin Shinawatra march through Bangkok's financial district along Silom Road.

Political boredom setting in, poll finds

One-third of people support the idea of a royally appointed prime minister, Abac Poll said yesterday.


Govt asks press council to probe 'Nation' report

Editor says facts properly checked; 'Naew Na' motorcycle taxi story also investigated

Diplomats set for mega-projects brief

The Foreign Ministry has invited diplomats for a briefing today on the general election and government mega-projects.

TU students urge 'no vote'

Thammasat University Student Union will tomorrow begin its awareness campaign urging voters to tick "no vote" on their ballots as a gesture of protest against the April 2 election.

PM worried for Banharn

Caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has expressed concern for the health of Chat Thai Party leader Banharn Silpa-archa, who was hospitalised on Sunday, Banharn's son said yesterday.

150 protesters demand an end to Nation's 'distorted' news coverage

About 150 people including taxi motorcyclists staged a protest in front of The Nation's offices yesterday afternoon, demanding an end to what they called the paper's distorted news.

Charter court won't rule on EC's poll queries

The Constitution Court yesterday rejected a petition for a judicial review of matters related to the forthcoming April 2 election, leaving the Election Commission (EC) out in the cold to tackle legal hurdles without guidance from the court.

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