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Thai court to hear case against party behind princess political bid
Party officials fear the case is being hustled through ahead of the March 24 election, which is already stacked in favor of the ruling junta, whose leader Prayut Chan-O-Cha wants to return as a civilian premier
Thai party leader contrite after rebuke for princess' PM candidacy
'Above us is His Majesty and the monarchy,' Preechaphol Pongpanit tells reporters at the party's headquarters
Thai princess disqualified from list of candidates for PM
The Election Commission says it has excluded Princess Ubolratana 'because all royal family members are above politics'
Thailand eases 4-year-old ban on political activities
Parties will now be permitted to elect their leaders, recruit new members and hold general party meetings if they are able to summon at least 250 members. However, campaigning – including holding public gatherings – is still forbidden.
Thailand to proceed with troubled election
UPDATED The announcement came after talks between Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and election officials who urged a delay following street violence
Thai ruling party opposes delay to troubled election
The head of Puea Thai Party says he opposes a postponement and accused the Election Commission EC of not doing enough to ensure an orderly vote
Violence, protests mar Thai advance voting
UPDATED As the disrupted polls closed on Sunday afternoon a leader of the anti government rallies was gunned down in a Bangkok suburb