Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

The Interim Constitution of Thailand, promulgated on 22 July 2014, is Thailand’s 19th constitution. It is expected to be in use for one year before the drafting of the next permanent constitution is completed.

According to the Interim Constitution, the King appoints the Prime Minister, upon the resolution of the National Legislative Assembly, and not more than 35 other ministers, upon the advice of the Prime Minister.


RSS Inside Thailand

Interim Constitution Receives Royal Endorsement
Every Sector of Thai Society Provided with Opportunities to Achieve Reconciliation and Reform
NCPO Attaches Great Importance to the Fight against Corruption
NCPO Seeks International Cooperation in Reforming Thailand
Reconciliation Festival to Return Happiness to the People
THAI Named Best Airline Staff in Asia
Special Economic Zones to Boost Border Trade
Reconciliation before Reform
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RSS The Monarchy

Preparations for Activities to Celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 82nd Birthday Anniversary
Spreading the Message of the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy
Two Royal Ceremonies to Underline the Significance of Thai Rice and Farmers
A Public Audience to Be Granted by His Majesty the King on Coronation Day
Pikun Thong Royal Development Study Center in Narathiwat Province
The Royal House of Chakri
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s Birthday Marks Thailand’s National Heritage Preservation Day
Chang Hua Man: A Farm Project at the Initiative of His Majesty the King
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RSS ASEAN Corner

Thailand Sends Letters of Condolences for MH17 Crash in Ukraine
Strategies to Prepare Thailand for the ASEAN Community
Thailand and Vietnam Want to Increase Bilateral Trade Target
Learning More about Neighboring Countries to Prepare Thailand for the ASEAN Community
Thailand Supports China’s Initiative to Establish the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
Thailand Stresses the Need for ASEAN to Focus on Combating Human Trafficking
Thailand Offers Skill Development for Workers in Neighboring Countries to Prepare for AEC
Results of the Lower Mekong Initiative and the Friends of Lower Mekong Senior Officials’ Meeting
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Foreign Press Tour to Observe Folk Wisdom and Innovations for Tackling Coastal Erosion in Samut Songkhram and Phetchaburi Provinces
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Media Familiarization Trip to Thailand 2013 (Bangkok, Songkhla, and Satun Provinces)
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PRD Foreign Press Tour to Observe Drug Control and Border Trade in Chiang Rai Province
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Conquering Fansipan from the ground up
East Sea fishing continues despite rising tension
Street vendors: vital, vibrant part of Ha Noi



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