"The former princess Ubolratana Rajakanya withdraws his candidacy in the upcoming elections in Thailand, after pressure from the royal family."
"Thus is the military junta premiärministerkandidat, once again, the tipped winner."
"Ubolratanas party, Thai Raksa Chart-the party, says that they will follow the king's orders, and withdraw her candidacy."
"On Friday announced the Ubolratana that she gives herself into politics and aiming at the post of prime minister in elections in Thailand to be held in march."
"But the plans blew quickly on the patrol when king Maha Vajiralongkorn, Ubolratanas younger brother, opposed her attempt to be elected to the country's highest political post."
"In a sharply worded statement, king said that it is"
"Ubolratana thank their supporters for support in a post on Instagram on Saturday, but she does not write anything about the royal vengeance."
"Thai Raksa Chart-the party is sincere with the now exiled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, a person who Ubolratana previously indicated its support for the. The party is popular in the countryside, but do not go home with the military or the Bangkok elite."
"Ubolratana is not allowed to stand as a candidate means that the incumbent prime minister and junta leader Prayut Chan-O-Cha, who also announced his candidacy on Friday, once again, is vinnartippad before the elections on 24 march."
"The 67-year-old ex-princess is very famous in Thailand, not only as a member of the royal family. She has had several roles in thai movies, appeared on stage and engaged in a antidrogkampanj."
"the Election is the first in Thailand since the military coup of 2014. The military junta has postponed the valplanerna several times."
"Ubolratana Rajakanya was born in Switzerland in 1951, where her father, king Bhumibol Adulyadej, studied. Later in the same year the family moves back to Thailand. A year later born to her brother, the current king Maha Vajiralongkorn."
"At the end of the 1960s, moving Ubolratana Rajakanya to the united states to study at the university of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1972 poisons herself with fellow student Peter Jensen, and decides to stay in the united states. The marriage means that she must renounce their's royal title."
"After only having made sporadic visits in her home country, she starts to pop up more frequently in Thailand in the early 1990s. She regains its full privileges as royalty, but treated as a full-fledged princess."
"in 1992, she set up a foundation to help children orphaned by hiv-related diseases. After being divorced moves Ubolratana back to Thailand in 2001. Seven years later she makes her debut on the silver screen in "
"2016 die king Bhumibol Adulyadej and Ubolratana Rajakanyas brother takes over the throne. During the mourning, exchanging her confidential communications with Thaksin Shinawatras daughter in the social media. During the fifa world CUP in Russia in 2018, she can be seen in the stands along with Thaksin Shinawatra and several other people with political influence in Thailand."
"the Military took power in Thailand in a coup on 22 may 2014, after more than half a year of violent protests in the country. Prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra was deposed and the senate was dissolved."
"at the same time introduced a strict ban on political activities. Shinawatras brother, Thaksin Shinawatra, has been the prime minister of the country, but was deposed in 2006 and has gone into exile to escape prison."
"the Country has since the coup of 2014 has been governed by the junta NCPO (the National council for peace and order) with the general Prayut Chan-O-Cha at the forefront. The junta took control of the country's etermediebolag, the introduction of new laws that kringskar fundamental rights and was, among other things, the support of the then king Bhumibol Adulyadej."
"A year later introduced a law which gave a large part of the executive power in Thailand Prayut Chan-O-Cha, who also received immunity. In and with it, the security forces are also allowed to imprison people without judicial proceedings. Lots of people have been detained, disappeared or live in exile."