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Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election – Part 4: Constituency Vote

Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election – Part 4: Constituency Vote

By Thu, Oct 06, 2011 10:00AM UTC Comments Off Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election – Part 4: Constituency Vote

This is the fourth post in a multi-part series of posts on the July 3, 2011 Thai general election. The first post looked at the nationwide party-list vote totals for each of the political parties. The second post analyzed the party-list by the different regions for each of the parties. The third post compared the party-list vote...

Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election – Part 3: Comparison with the 2007 Election

By Wed, Oct 05, 2011 10:00AM UTC Comments Off Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election – Part 3: Comparison with the 2007 Election

This is the thrid post in a multi-part series of posts on the July 3, 2011 Thai general election. The first post looked at the nationwide party-list vote totals for each of the political parties. The second post analyzes the party-list by the different regions for each of the parties. This post compares the party-list of...

Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election – Part 2: Regional breakdown

By Wed, Oct 05, 2011 1:04AM UTC 1 Comment Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election – Part 2: Regional breakdown

This is the second post in a multi-part series of posts on the July 3, 2011 Thai general election. The first post looked at the nationwide party-list vote totals for each of the political parties. This post analyzes the party-list by the different regions. Source: page 42 of http://www.ect.go.th/newweb/upload/cms07/download/3145-2801-0.pdf Then just by the parties who...

Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election : Part 1: Nationwide

By Tue, Oct 04, 2011 12:50AM UTC Comments Off Analysis of the 2011 Thai Election : Part 1: Nationwide

Note: The timing of this post relates to the fact that sometime in the last 10 days the EC have finally published the full election results on their website in a single document and BP discovered them on the weekend. Yes, it is three months after the election, but have held off some analysis and...

Did association with the military hurt the Democrats in Thai election?

By Thu, Aug 04, 2011 10:00AM UTC Comments Off Did association with the military hurt the Democrats in Thai election?

For a number of years now – for example, in McCargo’s network monarchy article (p508-510 in particular) – the Democrats were the favored party of the establishment and the military (the later more because of Prem). After at least one political party was forced to join the Democrat-led government in December 2008, which was formed...

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