Faced with pro-democracy protests, half-baked cannabis laws, and the comeback of the Shinawatra family, millions will cast their votes on the country’s leaders in May.
Rubber ducks have become an unexpected symbol of Thailand’s pro-democracy movement, which have called for reforms to the monarchy’s sweeping powers.
47 people have died in fierce clashes between authorities and people protesting the arrest of former president Pedro Castillo.
“Post more, I will chop your bastard hand off,” the student wrote in a group, after spotting a flier in Boston in support of democracy in China.
The case, which centers on the fringe “independent state legislature” theory, could weaken the power of voters’ ballots more than gerrymandering ever could.
Hint: It might offend a swath of their voters.
While the military has condemned more than 100 people to death since the coup, including two children, the executions were the first since the 1980s.
Democrats have been voting, and voting dutifully, for decades. After a disastrous week for liberal priorities thanks to the opinions of six unelected people, the question is: What has it got them?
That high you feel from his hand-picked candidates getting trounced? Wait ’til the primaries in Arizona, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.
Ken Matta has dire a warning about his state handing over election integrity to election deniers and conspiracy theorists.
The allegations were followed by a constitutional crisis, dissolved parliament, and ministers resigning every day.