2017 in Thailand
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- King: Vajiralongkorn
- Crown Prince: (vacant)
- Prime Minister: Prayut Chan-o-cha
- Supreme Patriarch:
- starting 12 February : Ariyavongsagatanana VIII
- January 2 - A collision between a minivan and a pickup truck in the Ban Bueng District kills at least 25 people and injures 2 others. Authorities are investigating the cause of the accident.
- January 7 - At least 18 people are killed in flash flooding.
- January 14 - A fighter jet crashes at Hat Yai International Airport while performing a Children's Day air show, killing the pilot in the process.
- January 15 - The death toll for the floods in the south of Thailand rises to 40.
- January 23 – The death toll in the floods rises to at least 85 people, and the flood have affected an estimate of 1.7 million people.
- February 12 - King Vajiralongkorn founded the Phra Maha Muniwong (Amborn Ambaro) as the 20th Supreme Patriarch.
- February 28 - The Thai government fires the police general for "extremely evil" misconduct and interests threatening national security.
- April 6 - Promulgate the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand 2017.
- October 25–29 - The Royal Cremation of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX).
- January 18 - Charnchai Likhitchittha, 36th President of the Supreme Court and 45th Minister of Justice (b.1946).
- January 20 - Professor Khramon Thongthamachad, 4th President of the Constitutional Court and 32nd Minister Attached to Office of the Prime Minister (b.1935).
- January 28 - Khwankhew Wascharothai ,Former Deputy Lord Chamberlain (b.1928).
- February 7 – Nilawan Pintong, writer (b. 1915).
- February 17 - General Isarapong Noonpakdee, 32nd Minister of Justice and 28th Commander in Chief of the Royal Thai Army (b.1933).
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to 2017 in Thailand.|
- "Road accident kills 25 people in Thailand". 2017-01-02.
- "Flash floods kill 18 in southern Thailand". 7 Jan 2017.
- "Fighter jet crashes at airshow for kids in Thailand".
- ""The worst isn't over": More rain expected as Thailand flood death toll rises to 40".
- "Flood toll: 85 killed, 4 missing". Bangkok Post. 23 January 2017. Retrieved 5 February 2017.
- "Thai palace fires 'extremely evil' official".
- "Star literateur Khun Nilawan passes away at 101". Bangkok Post. 8 February 2017. Retrieved 8 February 2017.