The Palang Dharma Party (Thai: พรรคพลังธรรม, rtgs: Phak Phalang Tham; translating to "Power of Dharma", or "Moral Force", PDP for short) was a Buddhist-inspired political party in Thailand founded by Chamlong Srimuang in 1988, associated with the Santi Asoke sect of Buddhism. The Thai word tham can be used to refer both to "morality", and "dharma", the teachings of Buddhism. Phak Phalang Tham was a political party, not to be confused with its precursor, Ruam Phalang ("Collective Force"), the campaign group that backed Chamlong Srimuang in the 1985 Bangkok gubernatorial election. To some extent, the PDP evolved into a political party from Ruam Phalang. The latter group was largely made up of Santi Asoke devotees, former Young Turks, and other political activists and community leaders. Many

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  • El Partido Phalang Dharma (tailandés:พรรคพลังธรรม, romanización:Phak Phalang Tham; castellano:Poder del Dharma, o "Fuerza Moral") es un partido político tailandés fundado por Chamlong Srimuang y otros seguidores de la secta budista Santi Asoke en 1988. Más tarde fue dirigido por el magnate de negocios Boonchu Rojanastien y el futuro Primer Ministro Thaksin Shinawatra. El partido fue conocido por su declarada oposición a la corrupción. Alcanzó su más alta popularidad en 1990, cuando obtuvo 49 escaños en el Parlamento. Es especialmente popular en Bangkok, donde obtuvo 49 de los 55 escaños en las elecciones de 1990 para el Ayuntamiento, y 32 de los 35 escaños en las elecciones parlamentarias de 1992. Las facciones internas y su enfrentamiento le llevaron a perder su representación y popularidad en 1996. Muchos dirigentes de los partidos que más tarde se sumaron el Thai Rak Thai, de Thaksin Shinawatra, surgieron de ésta formación. El partido entró en hibernación y se activó a partir de abril de 2006 con un liderazgo totalmente diferente. (es)
  • Phalang Dharma (Thai พรรคพลังธรรม, Thailändisches Umschriftsystem: Phak Phalang Tham, Aussprache: [pʰák pʰá.laŋ tʰam] – „Kraft-des-Dharma-Partei“ oder „Partei der moralischen Kraft“) war eine buddhistisch-orientierte Partei in Thailand. Sie wurde 1988 von Chamlong Srimuang gegründet und war mit der buddhistischen Sekte Santi Asoke verbunden. Während der frühen 1990er-Jahre war Palang Dharma eine maßgebliche Kraft in der thailändischen Politik. (de)
  • The Palang Dharma Party (Thai: พรรคพลังธรรม, rtgs: Phak Phalang Tham; translating to "Power of Dharma", or "Moral Force", PDP for short) was a Buddhist-inspired political party in Thailand founded by Chamlong Srimuang in 1988, associated with the Santi Asoke sect of Buddhism. The Thai word tham can be used to refer both to "morality", and "dharma", the teachings of Buddhism. Phak Phalang Tham was a political party, not to be confused with its precursor, Ruam Phalang ("Collective Force"), the campaign group that backed Chamlong Srimuang in the 1985 Bangkok gubernatorial election. To some extent, the PDP evolved into a political party from Ruam Phalang. The latter group was largely made up of Santi Asoke devotees, former Young Turks, and other political activists and community leaders. Many of the PDP's early members were drawn from the ranks of Ruam Phalang. (en)
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  • Phalang Dharma (Thai พรรคพลังธรรม, Thailändisches Umschriftsystem: Phak Phalang Tham, Aussprache: [pʰák pʰá.laŋ tʰam] – „Kraft-des-Dharma-Partei“ oder „Partei der moralischen Kraft“) war eine buddhistisch-orientierte Partei in Thailand. Sie wurde 1988 von Chamlong Srimuang gegründet und war mit der buddhistischen Sekte Santi Asoke verbunden. Während der frühen 1990er-Jahre war Palang Dharma eine maßgebliche Kraft in der thailändischen Politik. (de)
  • The Palang Dharma Party (Thai: พรรคพลังธรรม, rtgs: Phak Phalang Tham; translating to "Power of Dharma", or "Moral Force", PDP for short) was a Buddhist-inspired political party in Thailand founded by Chamlong Srimuang in 1988, associated with the Santi Asoke sect of Buddhism. The Thai word tham can be used to refer both to "morality", and "dharma", the teachings of Buddhism. Phak Phalang Tham was a political party, not to be confused with its precursor, Ruam Phalang ("Collective Force"), the campaign group that backed Chamlong Srimuang in the 1985 Bangkok gubernatorial election. To some extent, the PDP evolved into a political party from Ruam Phalang. The latter group was largely made up of Santi Asoke devotees, former Young Turks, and other political activists and community leaders. Many (en)
  • El Partido Phalang Dharma (tailandés:พรรคพลังธรรม, romanización:Phak Phalang Tham; castellano:Poder del Dharma, o "Fuerza Moral") es un partido político tailandés fundado por Chamlong Srimuang y otros seguidores de la secta budista Santi Asoke en 1988. (es)
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