Rappler's latest stories on Ubolratana
Thailand is broadly divided between pro-Shinawatra factions and an elite aligned with the military, which has portrayed itself as a stabilizing force and defender of the country's monarchy
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
(UPDATED) The scuttling of Ubolratana's candidacy and potential moves to dissolve the Thai Raksa Chart party are a blow to the political machine of former premier Thaksin Shinawatra
'Above us is His Majesty and the monarchy,' Preechaphol Pongpanit tells reporters at the party's headquarters
The Election Commission says it has excluded Princess Ubolratana 'because all royal family members are above politics'
Thai king torpedoes the bid in a sharply worded statement, saying that bringing senior royal family members into politics is against tradition, national culture and 'highly inappropriate'
Princess Ubolratana's brother, the king, is against regal involvement in elections – how will her entry change the game?
Here are some facts about lese majeste law, or section 112 of the criminal code, as it is known in Thailand
Thai Princess Ubolratana and junta chief Prayut Chan-O-Cha will run for prime minister in upcoming general elections, to be held in March