Future Forward Party, Founded by a Young Tycoon Targeting (in the Many Millions) Young Thais Voting for First Time or Second & Other, Strongly Criticized Thailand’s Election Commission Limits on Campaigning on Social Media, Saying: The Commission Does Not Understand Young People & Social Media

Source many, please research. Here is an introduction to Future Forward Party: The Future Forward Party[14] (Thai: พรรคอนาคตใหม่; RTGS: Phak Anakhot Mai; IPA: [pʰák ʔà.naː.kʰót màj]; literally “New Future Party”) is a political party in Thailand founded in March 2018[15] by Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, former Vice President of Thai Summit Group and Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, legal scholar.[16][17] In September 2018, Future Forward Party was officially recognized by the Election…

Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Associate Professor, Kyoto University at Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) & Other Leading Academic are Holding a Conference at Kyoto University: The Future of Thailand’s Democracy ―Will Thailand return to Democracy? – If You Know Pavin, You Know He Always Mostly On The Money, So You Should Study This

There is a conference on Thailand’s Democracy an one of the speaker is the iconic Pavin Chachavalpongpun: Here is a message from Pavin: พรุ่งนี้ ผมจะเข้าร่วมการสัมมนาเรื่องอนาคตประชาธิปไตยของไทย ที่มหาวิทยาลัยเกียวโต นอกจากผมแล้ว ยังมีอาจารย์สุธี และอาจารย์ประจักษ์เข้าร่วมด้วย ใครว่าง เชิญครับ I will participate in tomorrow’s conference on the said topic at Kyoto University together with some professors from Thammasat University. Please join us!  …

Prachathai, a Local Thai Media, Highly Respected by Those into Thai Humanities Issues: Junta’s Assembly Selecting Thais for the National Level Human Rights Body Runs Smack Against the Paris Principles – America Based, Human Rights Watch, Also has a Report: Thailand: Unrelenting Repression Ahead of Election

Here is the report from Prachathai in the Thai language, saying the junta’s national assembly is rejecting independent candidates and academic as members for the Thai national level human rights body (source). Here is from Human Rights Watch (source). Paris Principles at 25: Strong National Human Rights Institutions Needed More Than Ever (asource) https://www.coe.int/en/web/portal/-/paris-principles-at-25-strong-national-human-rights-institutions-needed-more-than-ever “25…

Junta Pumps Billions into Mass Transit Projects in Chiangmai Area, Area That Always Strongly Supported the Shinawatra Family (Family from Area) as Way Help Win Next Election with Prayut as Prime Minister – Prayut Comes with a Constitution that Promote Authoritarianism, Militarism & Conservative Values, which is Bad for Area’s Famous SMEs & Creativity

Source many, you welcome to research. Chiang Mai a Creativity City (source) Chiang Mai, primarily depending on agriculture, tourism and handicrafts, has in recent years – as if you haven’t noticed – begun to reinvent itself somewhat as a much more modern, cosmopolitan city with a more diversified industry. The city has given rise to…

With Junta’s Number 2 Prawit, Telling Bangkokians Wait Few Years on Horrible Bangkok Smog Situation, Until Bangkok Mass Transit Finish Construction – Question: Are Bangkokians Middle-Class (Cultural Norm for Middle-Class in Many Countries to Support Authoritarianism) That Supports Dictatorship Stupid Enough to Support Junta Number One, Prayut, as Next Prime Minister?

Source many, you welcome to research. 7 shocking facts about air pollution: WEF (source) It is the deadliest form of pollution, killing millions of people each year, according to a new study. The Cost of Air Pollution, a joint report by the World Bank and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), also highlights…

Leader of Sunday Protest Against Election Delay Arrested & Taken to Police Station After Police Crack-Down on Protesters, Citing Protesters Making Noise Above Limit – The Truth is the Junta Ordered the Crack-Down & Arrest, But This is a “Thai Way” Thai the Truth is Often Hidden Behind Ridiculous Narrative Such as This

Guardian reports on the event on Sunday (source): Tensions continue to mount in Thailand as the ruling military junta has signalled that the long postponed elections will be delayed yet again, the fifth delay in less than five years. On Sunday, in one of the biggest pro-democracy protests in Thailand in over four years, hundreds…