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An Interim Constitution and Prime Minister


A good and honest summary. I’m pleased to reblog. A change from the usual one-sided anti-junta comments which are anyway not held by the majority of Thais. There are issues which are not wholly liked of course and it’s a pity a coup was needed to address some of the problems

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Culturally Curious

The last time I wrote about the political situation in Thailand, it was just after most of the dust had settled surrounding the May 22 coup and included a bit about the run up to the declaration of the coup by General Prayuth Chan-ocha. There has been some developments in the last couple of months, including an interim prime minister and constitution, that I thought would be worth chronicling for my readers who are interested in what is happening here politically.

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