A Thai student hangs a banner during a demonstration against 19 Septembers military coup at Thammasat University in Bangkok Monday. Some 60 students gathered in university compound to raise their voice against military coup and for restoration of democracy in the kingdom./AFP
The Third Army Region reiterated to former MPs, mayors and chairmen of provincial administrative organisations of 17 northern provinces the junta's order that prohibits political activities, including efforts to organise underground campaign against the junta.
New PM to get Bt100-bn budget boost for 2007
The new interim prime minister is to get a budget of Bt100 billion to stimulate the economy, as the Council for Democratic Reform under Constitu-tional Monarchy (CDRM) moves to approve the Bt1.5-trillion budget for fiscal 2007 by Sunday.
Suvarnabhumi to open on schedule
The Council for Democratic Reform under Constitutional Monarchy (CDRM) yesterday confirmed that Suvarnabhumi Airport will open early on Thurs-day, as scheduled before last week's coup.
BMA to seek project approval
Bangkok Governor Apirak Kosayodhin plans to discuss the Bt6.7-billion fire-truck procurement scandal, as well as city projects that were not approved by the former government, with the interim cabinet.