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Thailand: Political Setting
Thailand: Political Setting
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  1. 1. THAILAND POLITICAL SYSTEM
  2. 2. The politics of Thailand is currently conducted within the framework of a constitutional monarchy The Prime Minister is the head of government and a hereditary Monarch is head of state.  The political system of Thailand is divided into three branches: executive, legislative and judicial
  3. 3. PRIME MINISTER
  4. 4. Judicial Branch of Government The constitutional Court- The Supreme Court The Appeal Courts The Trial Courts
  5. 5. *As of December 2014, Thailand is ruled by a military junta, the National Council for Peace and Order, which has partially repealed the 2007 constitution, declared martial law and nationwide curfew, banned political gatherings, arrested and detained politicians and anti-coup activists, imposed internet censorship and taken control of the media.
  6. 6. *Bhumibol Adulyadej is the King of Thailand. He is also known as Rama IX, as he is the ninth monarch of the Chakri Dynasty.
  7. 7. *The king has reigned since 1946 as the world's longest-serving current head of state and the country's longest-reigning monarch. *The King of Thailand's titles include Head of State, Head of the Armed Forces, Adherent of Buddhism, and Upholder of religions. *The king's power is not limited to being a symbolic figurehead, and the institution commands the respect and reverence of many Thai people.
  8. 8. *The Prime Minister of Thailand is the head of government of Thailand. He is also the chair of the Cabinet of Thailand. *The Prime Minister is appointed by the majority vote in the Thai House of Representatives, and is then sworn-in by the King of Thailand. *In accordance with the constitution, the prime minister can only be appointed twice and is therefore limited to a maximum of two consecutive terms.
  9. 9. ขอขอบคุณสำหรับกำรฟัง K̄hx k̄hxbkhuṇ s̄ảh̄rạb kār fạng

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