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Thaksin Shinawatra

25 Aug 2023
Thaksin Shinawatra, an ethnic Chinese billionaire, has been a dominant figure in Thai politics for over two decades. Thailand has been sharply divided between those who love him and those who loathe him.
24 Aug 2023
The former prime minister was hospitalized after developing high blood pressure as he spent his first night in prison after more than 15 years in exile.
8 Aug 2023
The billionaire said it was due to a medical examination, but with a constitutional ruling set for August 16, he may be waiting it out after 15 years in self-exile following corruption charges in 2007.
5 Aug 2023
Thailand's former prime minister is coming home after 15 years of self-imposed exile. Can he help break the stalemate between progressive parties and junta allies? Or will he make the political crisis worse?

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