Sabai Unity Party

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Sabai Unity Party

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General Information
Country Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Founded January 2008
Dissolved February 2009 (est)
President Guy Kilmore
Members 0
Congress Occupancy 0 /40 seats, 0%
Succeeded By Laissez-Faire
Orientation Center-Left

Sabai Unity Party (formerly known as United Liberals and Thailand's Right Road) was a political party in Thailand. It had 40 members and 22.22% of congress at the time that it became the Laissez=Faire party.

Party had a lot of different leaders.

  • Idriss, was active beginning of this party.
  • Don Ado took over the party in March party president elections. In the beginning of May, many Estonians came to Thailand and they supported Firefly in party president elections and Firefly won by a close margin. After a couple days, Firefly resigned from party and party president seat, so Don Ado took it over again.
  • After Don Ado, Krokoff Kazanis took over.
  • He was inactive and in July 10, Johnz took over UL. After Johnz leaving from party, inactive member blue daffodil took over.

August 10, Hasepoleth win party elections. Also he changed party name. The current leader is Jack Roberts. His presidential campaign is supported by most opposition parties (Thailand Reform Party, International Socialist and Communist Party, Thailand Defence Party, Uno Di Noi, Thai Sabai Reform Party). After winning the presidential elections, Jack Roberts didn't run for a party president chair and so Guy Kilmore won the place uncontested.


Term Name
January 10, 2008 — March 10, 2008 Idriss
March 10, 2008 — April 10, 2008 Don Ado
April 10, 2008 — April 11, 2008 Firefly
April 11, 2008 — June 9, 2008 Don Ado
June 10, 2008 — July 10, 2008 Krokoff Kazanis
June 10, 2008 — July 29, 2008 johnz
July 29, 2008 — August 10, 2008 blue daffodil
August 10, 2008 — September 10, 2008 Hasepoleth
September 10, 2008 — November 15, 2008 Jack Roberts
November 16, 2008 — February 15, 2009 Guy Kilmore