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    Bhumjaithai Party

    Bhumjaithai Party (BJT) (Thai: พรรคภูมิใจไทย), Phak Bhum Jai Thai, or Thai Pride Party, was founded on November 5, 2008, in anticipation of the December 2, 2008, Constitutional Court of Thailand ruling which dissolved its "de facto predecessor", Neutral Democratic Party, along with the People's Power Party (PPP), and Thai Nation Party. After the dissolutions, former members of the Neutral Democratic Party and former members of the PPP faction, the Friends of Newin Group defected to this party. On December 15, 2008, the party endorsed the Democrat Party, in forming a six-party coalition government under Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. The party's "de facto" leader and power broker behind joining the Democrat-led coalition is Newin Chidchob. Due to his role as an executive of the PPP predecessor party, the Thai Rak Thai party which was dissolved in 2007, he became ineligible to be a party member for 5 years. It is alleged that Army commander and co-leader of the 2006 coup, General Anupong Paochinda, coerced the MPs of the Friends of Newin Group faction in the PPP to endorse a Democrat Party-led coalition. This secured enough parliamentary votes to allow Abhisit to be elected Prime
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    Thai Rak Thai Party

    The Thai Rak Thai Party (Thai: พรรคไทยรักไทย, lit. Thais Love Thais; TRT) was a Thai political party that was officially banned on May 30, 2007, by the Constitutional Court of Thailand due to violations of electoral laws during the 2006 legislative elections. From 2001 to 2006, it was the ruling party under Prime Minister and its founder Thaksin Shinawatra. Eight months after a military coup forced Thaksin to stay in exile, the party was dissolved on May 30, 2007 by the Constitutional Tribunal for violation of electoral laws, with 111 former party members banned from participating in politics for five years. The Thai Rak Thai was registered on July 15, 1998, by telecommunications entrepreneur Thaksin Shinawatra and 22 other founding members, including Somkid Jatusripitak, Thanong Bidaya, Sudarat Keyuraphan, Purachai Piumsombun, Thammarak Isaragura na Ayuthaya, and Prommin Lertsuridej. The Thai Rak Thai party had a populist platform, appealing to indebted farmers – which had become indebted as a result of the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 – with promises of a strong economic recovery. The party also reached out to rural villages, and struggling businesses. Thai Rak Thai's policies
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    Labour Congress of Thailand

    The Labour Congress of Thailand (LCT) is a trade union federation in Thailand which emerged following the fall of the military dictatorship in Thailand in 1973. Its first leader was Phaisan Thawatchaianan. Following the military coup of 1976 the LCT was forced to cease operations, but remerged at the end of 1977. Despite the anti-labour conditions of military-ruled Thailand at this time, the LCT was involved in campaigns for raising minimum wages, lifting the ban on strikes, opposing basic food price rises and seeking reform of tripartite bodies. During the early 1980s factional differences emerged in the LCT, chiefly over the federation's relationship to political parties and the military. The faction associated with Phaisan, which sought independence from political and military figures, was defeated and left the organisation to form the Thai Trade Union Congress (TTUC). In 1985 leaders of the LCT were arrested on charges of rebellion for supporting an attempted coup d'etat by the Young Turk military faction. Former LCT president Tanong Po-arn, Thailand's most prominent labour leader, disappeared after the 1991 coup d'etat. His whereabouts are still unknown, and he is feared
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    Mass Party

    The Mass Party was a political party of Thailand's People's Alliance for Democracy. Its main goal was campaigning against Thaksinomics. In May 2006, PAD leaders established the Mass Party. Somkiat Pongpaibun, party co-founder, claimed that "Our objective is to campaign against Thaksinomics." The party unconventionally planned not to field MP candidates for the first 5 years, with Somkiat claiming that "If we field MP candidates, we will be trapped in vicious circles of money politics." Other party co-founders included by former Palang Dharma Party leader Chaiwat Sinsuwong and the Campaign for Popular Democracy's Pipop Thongchai. In 2009 PAD formed a new party called New Politics Party
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    Neutral Democratic Party

    The Neutral Democratic Party (Phak Matchima Thippathai พรรคมัชฌิมาธิปไตย) was a Thai political party founded in 2006 by Somsak Thepsuthin, a former Thai Rak Thai party Cabinet Minister. The party had a similar populist line to the Thai Rak Thai and was expected to secure votes from Thai Rak Thai supporters. The party was planned to merge with the For the Motherland Party and later on the Royalist People's Party, however, both plans were annulled. On October 15, 2007, Prachai Liewpairat, formerly Royalist People's Party Secretary-general and financier, was elected as the party's leader, and Anongwan Thepsuthin, Somsak's wife, was elected as the party's secretary-general. This move has raised many eyebrows in Thailand's political landscape. The birth of a new party, with a woman in charge of the second most important position, had caused a stir. For some advocates of women's rights, Thailand's long struggle to break male dominance in politics was thought to have partly been enlivened. As they note, in the second Thaksin government of 2005, only one of the 36 cabinet ministers and one governor out of 76 were women, while only 10 percent of the members of Parliament and Senate were
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    Program for Appropriate Technology in Health

    PATH is an international nonprofit organization that creates sustainable, culturally relevant solutions, enabling communities worldwide to break longstanding cycles of poor health. By collaborating with diverse public- and private-sector partners, we help provide appropriate health technologies and vital strategies that change the way people think and act. Our work improves global health and well-being.
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    Royal Thai Police

    Royal Thai Police

    The Royal Thai Police (Thai: ตำรวจแห่งชาติ) are the national police of Thailand. Primary responsibility for the maintenance of public order through enforcement of the kingdom's laws was exercised by the Thailand National Police Department (TNPD), a subdivision of the Ministry of Interior. Charged with performing police functions throughout the entire country, the TNPD was a unitary agency whose power and influence in Thai national life had at times rivaled that of the army. The formal functions of the TNPD included more than the enforcement of laws and apprehension of offenders. The department also played an important role in the government's efforts to suppress the remnants of the insurgency. In the event of an invasion by external forces, much of the police force would come under the control of the Ministry of Defense to serve with, but not be incorporated into, the military forces. Originally modeled on the pre-World War II national police force of Japan, the TNPD was reorganized several times to meet changing public order and internal security needs. American advice, training, and equipment, which were provided from 1951 through the early 1970s, did much to introduce new law
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    National Development Party

    The National Development Party, or Chart Pattana Party (Thai: พรรคชาติพัฒนา, RTGS: Phak Chat Pattana) was a Thai political party that existed from 1992 until its merger into Thai Rak Thai Party in 2005. After the dissolution of the Thai Rak Thai Party in 2007, the National Development group merged into the Ruam Jai Thai Chart Pattana Party. The National Development Party was formed by former Prime Minister Chatichai Choonhavan who had been deposed by a military coup d'état in February 1991. Chatichai had defected from the Thai Nation Party just ahead of the elections in September 1992. The party was set up as a vehicle to support a second premiership for Chatichai. The establishment followed a rupture in the Thai Nation Party, whose leadership around Somboon Rahong and secretary general Banharn Silpa-archa had stood at the side of the military junta (NPKC) during the popular protests and bloody crackdown of Black May. Therefore the Thai Nation Party was considered one of the "devil parties". A faction of Thai Nation deputies around Chatichai's cousin Korn Dabbaransi felt uncomfortable with this policy and persuaded Chatichai to leave the party. They were joined by Somchai Khunpluem
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    Thai Trade Union Congress

    The Thai Trade Union Congress (TTUC) is a trade union federation in Thailand. It was founded in 1982 and is affiliated with the International Trade Union Confederation.
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    Mahachon Party

    The Mahachon Party (Thai: พรรคมหาชน Phak Mahachon, English: Great People's Party) is a political party in Thailand. It was founded in 1998 under the name of Phak Ratsadon or Citizen's Party. In its first years, it was dominated by a circle of former Thai Nation Party members around Air Marshal Somboon Rahong. It changed its name to the current version in 2004, and was joined by several defectors from the Democrat Party in January 2005, making it the country's second largest party, measured by the number of members. The new executives included the Democrats' former Secretary General Sanan Kachornprasart, and ex-Vice chairman Anek Laothamatas. In the legislative elections of 6 February 2005, the party won 8.3% of the popular vote and 2 out of 500 seats. During the by-election in 2005 in Phichit Province district 3, the Mahachon Party won a third seat. Siriwat Kachornprasart, son of the party's leader Sanan Kachornprasart became the third MP. Former Mahachon Party member Nitiphoom Naowarat later successfully contested the Bangkok Senator elections. The party has colluded with 2 other main opposition parties to boycott the election to make it impossible for another TRT led
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    Progressive Democratic Party

    The Progressive Democratic Party, (Thai: ประชาธิปไตยก้าวหน้า, Prachathipatai Kao Na) is a minor political party in Thailand that was dissolved. It was founded on March 5 2005, and had about 11.000 members at its peak. On May 30 its dissolution was ordered by the Constitutional Court, as the party had falsified membership records of their candidates for the 2006 election in Trang Province.
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    Puea Pandin Party

    Motherland Party (Thai: พรรคเพื่อแผ่นดิน, Pheua Phaendin Party) was a Thai political party founded on September 11, 2007, by more than 200 politicians including defectors from the Thai Rak Thai Party (TRT). Before the general election 2011, it merged with the National Development Party to form the Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Party. The Puea Pandin Party had a platform with progressive economic policies. In a further general election, the party expected to become a third party, independent of the Thaksin-backed For Thais Party, and Abhisit Vejjajiva's Democrat Party. Its most notable members included Thaksin's former foreign minister Surakiart Sathirathai, Suranand Vejjajiva and Preecha Laohaphongchana and notably it was composed of both former TRT members and former TRT opponents. Since former TRT executive members have been banned from politics for five years, a non-former TRT member led the party in the 2007 election. Suwit Khunkitti and Watchara Punnachet have been elected party leader and party secretary general respectively. The party appointed Vatana Asavahame as the party chairman, and Police General Pracha Promnok as party chief adviser. General Panlop Pinmanee, adviser to
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    Socialist Party of Thailand

    The Socialist Party of Thailand (SPT) was political party in Thailand, active in the 1970s. SPT was led by its general secretary Boonsanong Punyodyana. SPT won 15 out of 269 seats in the 1975 parliamentary elections. Punyodyana was murdered on February 28, 1976. Around 10,000 people participated in his memorial. After the Thammasat University massacre on October 6, 1976, many SPT cadres went into exile or joined the Communist Party of Thailand's guerrillas in the border areas with Laos in Northern Thailand and Isan (Northeastern Thailand). Thus the party was dissolved.
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    Chart Pattana Party

    The Chart Pattana Puea Pandin Party (Thai: พรรคชาติพัฒนาเพื่อแผ่นดิน, English: National Development Party for the Homeland) is a Thai political party. It is the official continuation of the Ruam Chart Pattana Party, and was formed in 2011 by the merger of this party with the Puea Pandin Party. The leader of the party is Wannarat Channukul. In the election on 3 July 2011, the party won 7 of the 500 seats in the House of Representatives, five constituency-based and two on the party list. Before the elections, Ruam Jai Thai Chart Pattana and Puea Pandin together had 41 seats. After the elections and Pheu Thai Party's victory, the party agreed with Pheu Thai and three other minor parties to form a coalition government under the leadership of Yingluck Shinawatra. Thai tennis player Paradorn Srichaphan an taekwando athlete Yaowapa Boorapolchai are members of Chart Pattana Puea Pandin. The Ruam Chart Pattana, or Ruam Jai Thai Chart Pattana (Thais United National Development Party) was formed as a merger of Thais United and the National Development Party in September 2007. In the Thai general election, 2007, the party received enough votes to gain eight out of 480 seats in the House of
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    Justice Unity Party

    The Justice Unity Party (Thai: พรรคสามัคคีธรรม, RTGS: Phak Samakkhi Tham) was a Thai pro-military and conservative political party established after the military coup d'état 1991. It was founded by Narong Wongwan, who became party chairman, and others close to the National Peace Keeping Council. Samakkhi Tham represented the interests of the military, bureaucracy and provincial business owners. The party enjoyed the support of junta leader Air Chief Marshal Kaset Rojananil. The Justice Unity Party won the parliamentary election in March 1992 and nominated Suchinda Kraprayoon to become prime minister. In June 1992, the party transformed into the Liberal Party and Sompong Amornwiwat became secretary-general. In September 1992 the party's executive committee resigned and the party ceased political activity.
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    Kamikaze

    Kamikaze (Thai: กามิกาเซ่) is a record label based in Thailand. It was formed in early 2007 by Sutipong Wattanajung under RS Entertainment allowing teenagers aged between 14 and 22 years to publish their songs. One of the first artists of this record label was Four-Mod. Eversince Kamikaze debuted the first album ' Kamikaze ', it was met with a great success and popularity. The aim of this group is teenagers and young adults who are young and fresh to love and experiences and are ready to fight for it.
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    Communist Party of Thailand

    Communist Party of Thailand

    The Communist Party of Thailand - CPT (Thai: พรรคคอมมิวนิสต์แห่งประเทศไทย, abbreviated พคท.) was a Marxist-Leninist political party in Thailand active from 1942 until the 1990s. Initially known as the Communist Party of Siam the party was founded officially on 1 December 1942, although communist activism in the country began as early as 1927. In the 1960s the CPT grew in membership and support and by the early 1970s was the second largest communist movement in mainland South-East Asia (after Vietnam). Even though the CPT suffered internal divisions, at its political peak the party effectively acted as a state within the state. Its rural support is estimated to have been at least four million people; its military support consisted of 10-14,000 armed fighters. Its influence was concentrated in the North-Eastern, Northern and Southern regions of Thailand. However, following a series of internal party disputes, changes in international communist alliances, successful counter-insurgency policies of the Thai government and, ultimately, the end of the Cold War, the party disappeared from the political scene in the early 1990s. The origins of the communist movement in Thailand begin with
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    Democrat Party

    Democrat Party

    The Democrat Party (Thai: พรรคประชาธิปัตย์, Phak Prachathipat) is a Thai political party. The party, the oldest in Thailand, upholds a conservative liberal and pro-market position. The Democrat Party won the most seats in parliament in 1948, 1976, and 1992 - however, it has never won an outright parliamentary majority. The party's electoral support bases are Southern Thailand and Bangkok, although election results in Bangkok have fluctuated widely. Since 2004, Democrat candidates won three elections for the governorship of Bangkok. The Democrat Party's current leader is Abhisit Vejjajiva, incumbent opposition leader. The Democrat Party was founded by Khuang Aphaiwong on April 6, 1946, as a conservative and royalist party, following the January 1946 elections. Early members included royalists opposed to Pridi Phanomyong and former Seri Thai underground resistance members. The party competed against the parties affiliated with Pridi Phanomyong and the Progress Party (Thailand) of brothers Seni and Kukrit Pramoj. In the January 1946 elections, the Pridi-led coalition had won a majority in the Parliament. However, Pridi declined the nomination as prime minister and the parliament
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    Palang Dharma Party

    The Palang Dharma Party (Thai: พรรคพลังธรรม, RTGS: Phak Phalang Tham; translating to "Power of Dharma", or "Moral Force") was a Buddhist-inspired political party in Thailand. It was founded by Chamlong Srimuang in 1988 and was associated with the Santi Asoke sect of Buddhism. The party was launched by retired major-general Chamlong, an ascetic and devout Buddhist closely affiliated with the Santi Asoke sect, and then governor of Bangkok. He founded the party in an attempt to "purify" Thai politics, as rampant corruption was often used to justify military coups d'état. With the Palang Dharma Party, a new type of politics was introduced to Thailand. The party's program was explicitly based on Buddhist principles. The popularity of its leader, however, contributed more to the party's success than its political platform did. Palang Dharma was especially popular with the urban middle-class in the Bangkok region. There it won 49 out of 55 seats in the 1990 elections for the Bangkok City Council and 32 out of 35 seats in the 1992 parliamentary election. Palang Dharma became a major force in Thai politics during the early 1990s. Its leader Chamlong was a key figure in the 1992 middle class
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    Thai Pen Thai Party

    The Thai Pen Thai Party (Thai: พรรคไทยเป็นไท Phak Thai Pen Thai, translated as Thais Is Thai Party [sic] or Free Thais Party) is a political party in Thailand. Its original names were Phak Kaset Mahachon (พรรคเกษตรมหาชน) and then Phak Khon Kho Plot Ni (พรรคคนขอปลดหนี้) and then Phak Thai Pen Thai (พรรคไทเป็นไท with different spelling). At the last legislative elections, 6 February 2005, the party secured 0.6 % of the popular vote and could not win any seat out of 500 seats.
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    New Politics Party

    New Politics Party

    The New Politics Party or NPP (Thai: พรรคการเมืองใหม่ ก.ม.ม. or Karn Muang Mai, KMM) is a political party in Thailand which was founded on June 2, 2009. It is the political party of the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD), with which it shares the same principles and ideas. It claims that other political parties in Thailand only protect their own vested interests, such as the bureaucrats and nobles, and are unable to tackle the country's problems. The party is expected to solicit more than 5,000 members and set up branches in all the four regions of Thailand, within the one-year deadline. It also plans to an early completion of the registration process in order to contest the next general election. The party's colors are yellow and green. Yellow refers to the constitutional monarchy of Thailand, and green represents "clean politics", in which corruption is repressed by an independent judiciary. PAD and NPP want to replace the National Assembly of Thailand by a body with only 30 per cent directly elected Members of Parliament, the rest installed by employers' and labour unions or similar pressure groups, in order to achieve their ideal of “clean politics”. Their adherents
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    Pheu Thai Party

    The Pheu Thai Party (PTP) (Thai: พรรคเพื่อไทย; RTGS: Phak Phuea Thai; Thai pronunciation: [pʰák.pʰɯˆːa.tʰāj]; For Thais Party) is the third iteration of a Thai political party originally founded by former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. The Pheu Thai Party was founded on 20 September 2008, as an anticipated replacement for the People's Power Party (PPP), which Constitutional Court of Thailand dissolved less than three months later after finding party members guilty of electoral fraud. The People's Power Party was itself a replacement for Thaksin's original Thai Rak Thai (TRT) party which the Constitutional Court dissolved in May 2007 for violation of electoral laws. The PPP was dissolved by the Constitutional Court of Thailand on 2 December 2008. On 3 December 2008, the majority of the former PPP MPs defected to the Pheu Thai Party. In a PTP general assembly, the first executive commission was elected on 7 December 2008. The candidates for the party's leader were: Yongyuth Wichaidit, Apiwan Wiriyachai, former Vice President of the House of Representatives, former health minister Chalerm Yubamrung and former industry minister Mingkwan Saengsuwan. Yongyuth Wichaidit was elected as
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    ASEAN Institute for Health Development

    ASEAN Institute for Health Development (AIHD) was originally established in 1982 as the ASEAN Training Centre for Primary Health Care Development. It was one of concerted efforts jointly initiated by Mahidol University, the Ministry of Public Health and the Department of Technical and Economic Cooperation (DTEC, now TICA) of the Royal Thai Government and firmly supported by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). AIHD was founded on the basis of forward looking and conceptually challenging perspectives on human resource development aiming to support the global strategy for “Health for All” through primary health care approach as advocated by WHO which is not only for Thailand but also other ASEAN countries. The foundational activities of AIHD is to achieve 3 key missions namely education and training, technical services, including research and development have been focusing on participatory community-based health and related programs management beginning with special emphasis on facilitating paradigm shift from “service oriented” approach to “development” approach in order to gain “Health for All” through human capacity building and community empowerment.
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    New Aspiration Party

    The New Aspiration Party (Phak Khwam Wang Mai Thai: พรรคความหวังใหม่) is a political party in Thailand. The party was established in 1990 by General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh after his retirement as Commander-In-Chief of the Royal Thai Army. This party won the elections of 1996 and formed a coalition government with Chavalit as Prime Minister. The onset of the Asian Financial Crisis in 1997 diminished the electorate's confidence in the government, and Chavalit was forced to resign. Discredited as a result of the economic crisis, Chavalit formed a coalition with the populist Thai Rak Thai Party led by Thaksin Shinawatra to take part in the 2001 elections. Shortly after the election, the majority of the New Aspiration Party merged with Thai Rak Thai and Chavalit became the Deputy Prime Minister in Thaksin's cabinet. However, some party members around ex-minister Chingchai Mongcoltam, decided to continue the party. In the legislative elections on July 3, 2011, the party won 0.08 % of the popular vote and no seats in the House of Representatives.
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    People's Power Party

    The People's Power Party (Phak Palang Prachachon; PPP) was a Thai political party founded on November 9, 1998 by Police Lieutenant Colonel Garn Tienkaew. The party leader was Somchai Wongsawat, the Party Secretary General was Surapong Suebwonglee, and the Party Spokesperson was Kuthep Saikrajarng. Most MPs of the party originally hailed from the Thai Rak Thai Party and thus the party was its de facto reincarnation with former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra as its "leader." The PPP had a populist platform and was strong in the North, Central, and Northeastern regions of Thailand. The party became the leader of the coalition government after the junta-government supported 2007 general election. PAD, the leading anti-Thaksin movement, vowed to oppose it after the party decided to launch the amendment of the 2007 Constitution. In December 2008, the party came under fire as its deputy chairman, Yongyuth Tiyapairat, faced charges of electoral fraud concerning the 2007 general election. These charges led to its dissolution by the verdict of the Constitutional Court in December 2008. On 29 July 2007, some former Thai Rak Thai party (TRT) members, after the party was disbanded following
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    Thai Nation Party

    Thai Nation Party, or Chart Thai Party (Thai: พรรคชาติไทย, RTGS: Phak Chat Thai) was a conservative political party in Thailand. It was dissolved by the Constitutional Court of Thailand on December 2, 2008, along with the People's Power Party and the Matchima party, for having violated electoral laws in the Thai general election, 2007. Thereafter, most MPs founded the Chartthaipattana Party (Thai Nation Development Party), which became the Thai Nation Party's successor. The Thai Nation Party was founded in 1974 by Chatichai Choonhavan, son of Field Marshal Phin Choonhavan, and his in-laws Pramarn Adireksarn and Siri Siriyothin, who were at the time major-generals like him. The party represented the rightist and pro-military wing of Thai politics during the relatively liberal and democratic years from 1973 to 1976. During the campaign for the election in April 1976, the party called for “the Right to kill the Left”, and party chairman and Deputy Prime Minister Pramarn declared in a cabinet meeting on October 6, 1976 that it was the right moment to destroy the student movement, which was eventually executed in the Thammasat University massacre. In the subsequent elections 1976, 1979,
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    Thais United

    Thais United (Thai: รวมใจไทย, Ruam Jai Thai; also translated as United Thai Heart, Thai Unity and United Hearts Thai) was a political party in Thailand founded on 26 June 2007. Its members included many well-known politicians, among them former deputy prime minister Somkid Jatusripitak (and 110 other former Thai Rak Thai party executives), former Democrat Party secretary-general Pradit Pattaraprasit, former Bangkok governor Bhichit Rattakul, former Thai Rak Thai member Pravich Rattanapian, former Stock of Exchange president Kittiratt Na-Ranong, former Mahachon Party leader Anek Laothamatas, Chaianan Samudavanija (a staunch critic of former premier Thaksin Shinawatra) and economics lecturer Somjai Phagaphasvivat. In September 2007, it was announced that it had merged with the National Development Party to form a joint party, provisionally named Thais United National Development Party.
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