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Civil Partnership Bill delayed

Civil Partnership Bill delayed
A file photo shows a Pride Parade in the Silom area of Bangkok on Nov 7 last year. (Photo: by Apichit Jinakul)
The Civil Partnership Bill is facing a delay as government whips once again questioned its necessity and requested another round of focus group interviews.
Chompoonute Nakornthap, policy adviser to the Social Development and Human Security Ministry, revealed her team was asked to review the bill.
In July last year, the cabinet said it would pass the bill to government whips for further consideration. However, the whips recently asked the bill's sponsors to review its content, questioning its necessity and the sponsors' actual intentions, while also addressing religious sensitivity.

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Future unclear for Myanmar expats

Future unclear for Myanmar expats
published :
8 Feb 2021 at 09:58
A woman holds a candle and a picture of leader Aung San Suu Kyi as Myanmar citizens protest in Bangkok on Saturday. (Reuters photo)
After the military coup in their native country on Feb 1, many Myanmar citizens working in Thailand say they are reluctant to go back home, but a student said he and his friends are determined to continue studying and later return to their homeland.
A 45-year-old Myanmar migrant worker, known only as Macho, said she was concerned over the fate of her country, as she believes other nations will boycott Myanmar resulting in a reduction of investment and loss of employment opportunities.

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Students happy to go to class -- for a change

Students happy to go to class -- for a change
Those near Samut Sakhon are still having to make do online
published :
2 Feb 2021 at 09:26
A boy raises his hand for a temperature check at Wat Nong Khaem School in the capital. Pattarapong Chatpattarasill
Pupils returned to schools across Bangkok on Monday although not everyone was allowed to reunite with classmates.
A surge in Covid-19 infections in Bangkok at the end of last year forced classes online as the city entered a partial lockdown.
The infection rate has since improved.
Bored of being stuck at home, many students could not have been happier to return to school.

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Experts call for plan to help pupils

Experts call for plan to help pupils
published :
29 Jan 2021 at 09:33
Teachers spray a disinfectant agent inside a classroom at Ban Bang Kapi School in Bangkok on Thursday ahead of the re-opening of 437 schools under the supervision of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration next week. Photo by SOMCHAI POOMLARD
Urgent measures are needed to help students in provinces under maximum Covid-19 controls catch up on their studies, academics say.
Sompong Jitradub, a lecturer with Chulalongkorn University's Faculty of Education, urged the government to come up with a plan to help these students.
"Since the Covid-19 outbreak, schools in Thailand have been forced to stop providing in-person education for about 90 days, or about 40%, of the academic year. As a result, the quality of education for many students has deteriorated," he said.

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Legal action likely over DJ's Covid-spreading party

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Two Covid deaths, 271 new cases

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392 killed during holiday travel

392 killed during holiday travel
published :
6 Jan 2021 at 09:25
The wreckage of one the pickup trucks in a crash that took place in Hau Sai district, Nakhon Si Thammarat province, on Monday. A man was killed instantly and two others were injured, one seriously. (Photo by Suchet Raekrun)
Almost 400 died in about 3,300 road accidents nationwide during the seven-day New Year road safety campaign this year, up 5% from the same period last year.
A total of 392 people were killed and 3,326 others were injured in 3,333 accidents over the past seven days, the Road Safety Directing Center reported on Tuesday.   
Seven provinces — Nakhon Nayok, Narathiwat, Nan, Mae Hong Son, Ranong, Amnat Charoen and Uttaradit — reported no deaths.

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