Yingluck Shinawatra & Election Commission

Yingluck Shinawatra (born 21 June 1967), or nickname Pu (crab ), is a Thai businesswoman and politician, member of the Pheu Thai Party, and the 28th and current Prime Minister of Thailand following the 2011 general election. An election commission is a body charged with overseeing the implementation of election procedures. 2.0/5

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Sound of ticking time bombs is getting louder for Yingluck Thanong Khanthong BANGKOK: -- That Thailand will get an interim government is now inevitable. The tenure of Yingluck Shinawatra's caretaker administration will end unceremoniously on April 1. Constitutionally speaking, it cannot last beyond that deadline. Let me explain: The February 2 election will fail to create a new government. The Constitution requires that a new Parliament be convened not more than 30 days after the general election. But it is clear that the Election Commission will not be able to certify the outcome of the election, marred as it was by legal violations and missing results. The election saw a turnout of 46 per cent amid disruptions at the polls, a widespread boycott, invalid and "vote no" ballots. The ruling Pheu Thai Party is believed to have mustered about 8 million votes - a far cry from its peak of 15-16 million. Support for the Democrat Party traditionally ranges between 12 million and 14 million votes. As a result, the ...
The Nation February 5, 2014 1:00 am The Democrat Party yesterday lodged a complaint with the Constitutional Court against Pheu Thai Party, calling for dissolution of the ruling party for pushing the February 2 election to be held despite an Election Commission recommendation to delay the poll. Party spokesman Chavanond Intarakomalyasut said caretaker premier and Pheu Thai Party-list MP Yingluck Shinawatra had ignored the election agency's key recommendation, an act regarded as a violation of an important charter article. It has requested dissolution of the Pheu Thai Party because executive authority was utilised, via government acts such as the declaring of a state of emergency, which afforded it control of political expression over others in the run-up to the poll. Article 68 of the Constitution stipulates one's right to protect the Constitution. It also prohibits any act that would seek change or to obtain authority through unconstitutional means. The article also permits dissolution of political partie ...
Thailand - ELECTION DAY - international observers came in as well Members of international group to observe polling Pravit Rojanaphruk The Sunday Nation February 2, 2014 1:00 am An international election watchdog will deploy some 20 observers for today's snap election, focusing mostly on the issues of people's participation and the right to vote without hindrance. The team from the Asian Network for Free Elections (Anfrel), a pan-Asia non-profit election observing organisation, is technically a "study mission" instead of a full election observation mission, said Anfrel project coordinator for Thailand, Pongsak Chanon. He said this was due to the decision by the Election Commission (EC) and the caretaker Yingluck Shinawatra administration to go ahead with the election just a few days ago. The team is led by Anfrel's Filipino chairperson, Damaso Magbual, Pongsak said. Observers will come from nine countries, mostly from Asia and they will be posted in Bangkok and the surrounding provinces of Samut Prakan, N ...
Divided Thailand readies for advance voting on Sunday AP | Jan 25, 2014, 06.48 PM IST BANGKOK: A tense Thailand prepared for Sunday's round of advance voting as the main Feb 2 elections still hang in the balance. The ruling party indicated it wants the vote to go ahead but was willing to delay it if political rivals end months of protests and agree to recognize the legitimacy of a new vote. Yingluck Shinawatra's government is under extreme pressure from the protesters who have occupied key intersections in Bangkok and tried to shut down government offices and prevent civil servants from working. They have vowed to disrupt the elections, want Yingluck to resign and an appointed interim government to implement anti-corruption reforms before a new vote can take place. On Friday, the Constitutional Court ruled that the government, in agreement with the Election Commission, could postpone the polls. But Yingluck's Pheu Thai Party questioned the legal basis for the ruling. One official, Thanin Boonsuwan, sugges ...
Election Commission (EC) appoints committee to look into allegations that caretaker PM Yingluck Shinawatra has...
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