Phalang Pracharat, a political party closely associated with Thailand’s military government has named current Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha as a candidate to become the next premier if it forms a government after next month's election. Photo: AP

In Thailand, election campaigning has a real case of military fatigue

  • As candidates prepare for the March 24 polls, even the Shinawatra-backed Pheu Chart Party is struggling to keep up with new campaign rules put in place by the junta-influenced Electoral Commission
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Phalang Pracharat, a political party closely associated with Thailand’s military government has named current Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha as a candidate to become the next premier if it forms a government after next month's election. Photo: AP
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