Campaign dust settles as Thailand prepares for roller-coaster election
Campaign dust settles as Thailand prepares for roller-coaster election
  • Thailand will hold its first general election on Sunday since the junta ousted the elected government in a coup nearly five years ago
  • The election, will, at best return Thailand to a semi-democratic system no matter the results, observers say
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Campaign dust settles as Thailand prepares for roller-coaster election
  • Thailand will hold its first general election on Sunday since the junta ousted the elected government in a coup nearly five years ago
  • The election, will, at best return Thailand to a semi-democratic system no matter the results, observers say
3 hours ago
Campaign dust settles as Thailand prepares for roller-coaster electionCampaign dust settles as Thailand prepares for roller-coaster election
Thailand
Campaign dust settles as Thailand prepares for roller-coaster election
3 hours ago
  • Thailand will hold its first general election on Sunday since the junta ousted the elected government in a coup nearly five years ago
  • The election, will, at best return Thailand to a semi-democratic system no matter the results, observers say
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