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In Thailand, the Junta's Policies Will Prevail, Regardless of Who Wins the Election

Mar 15, 2019 | 19:50 GMT
Supporters of the lead pro-military party in Thailand gather outside as the party's candidates arrive to register for country's upcoming election.

Supporters of Thailand's pro-military Palang Pracharath party gather outside as the party's candidates register with the election commission in February 2019. 

After five years of extended military rule since the coup in 2014, followed by the death of iconic King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 2016, electoral politics are tentatively resuming in Thailand. On March 24, more than 50 million voters nationwide will cast their votes for candidates vying for the country's House...

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