National Assembly of Thailand

Parliament of Thailand


The National Assembly of Thailand (Abrv: NAT; Thai: รัฐสภา, RTGS: Ratthasapha, pronounced [rát.tʰā.sā.pʰāː]) is the bicameral legislative branch of the government of Thailand. I

National Assembly
รัฐสภา
Ratthasapha
25th Parliament
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
HousesSenate
House of Representatives
History
Founded28 June 1932
Leadership
Vajiralongkorn
Since 13 October 2016
Chuan Leekpai, Democrat
Since 28 May 2019
Structure
Seats750 (500 MPs, 250 Senators)
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House of Representatives political groups
Government (260)

Opposition (240)

  •      Pheu Thai (135)
  •      Future Forward (76)
  •      Liberal (10)
  •      Prachachart (7)
  •      New Economics (6)
  •      Puea Chat (5)
  •      Palang Puangchon Thai (1)
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Senate political groups
     Military (90)
     Police (14)
     Civilian (146)
Elections
24 March 2019
Senate last election
None (appointed)
TBD
Senate next election
TBD
Meeting place
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Sappaya-Sapasathan
Website
www.parliament.go.th

The National Assembly was created in 1932 after the adoption of Thailand's first constitution, which transformed Thailand from an absolute monarchy to a constitutional monarchy.

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