PDRC

AcronymDefinition
PDRCPeople's Democratic Reform Committee (Thailand)
PDRCPermanent Display Removable Computer (hardware)
PDRCProfessional Development Resource Center (Enterprise Ohio Network, Kirtland, OH)
PDRCPersonnel Dispatch and Reception Centre (Royal Australian Air Force)
PDRCPiedmont Dispute Resolution Center (Virginia)
PDRCProvincial Development and Reform Commission (China)
PDRCProgram/POM Development Review Committee
PDRCPC (Personal Computer) Duo Remote Control (software)
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The PDRC team visited the prison on February 18 and February 19 of this year, where they interviewed random female prisoners, checked their records and toured the facility.
The PDRC is an arbitration body that provides alternative dispute resolution services to the business community.
But much of ASTV's audience soon switched to the new Blue Sky Channel, closely associated with the proroyalist Democrat Party; Blue Sky later became the standard-bearer for the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), a new anti-Thaksin movement that staged mass demonstrations in central Bangkok in 2013-14.
Out of 70 referrals during the study period, 40 consecutive diagnosed cases of PDRC (based on the Structured Clinical Interview for Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV)) were included.
PDRC said that it had gained major practical experience in inspecting places of custody.
Although the immediate prompt for the protests was an ill-advised push by the Pheu Thai Party to pass an amnesty bill that would have paved the way for Thaksin's return to the country, the PDRC or a similar group would have soon emerged within the fractious political context.
The People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) leader Suthep Thaugsuban and other co-leaders also were released by NCPO on Monday after they were detained and taken to the Office of the Attorney General to face an insurrection charge, the source added.
After meeting with PDRC regional leaders Saturday, Suthep vowed to
The People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) in Thailand held mass protests against the Thai government on March 29, 2014.
BANGKOK (CyHAN)- Thai ruling party The Pheu Thai accused the anti-government People's Democratic Reform Committee ( PDRC) of working on a four-step plan to overthrow the caretaker Yingluck Shinawatra administration by mid-April.
The protest group, the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), wants Yingluck to step aside, with political and electoral reforms drawn up by a "people's council", which they hope would rid Thailand of Thaksin's influence for good.
The People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), which has been holding anti-government rallies in Bangkok for the past three months, opposed the elections although its actions were comparatively subdued yesterday.