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Ken Lohatepanont May 13
Looking at Palang Pracharath's numbers, I still don't know how they'll form a stable government. (I'm referencing this infographic: ). The pro-junta coalition has 132 seats, 245 for the anti-junta coalition. 121 seats undecided.
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三青水 May 13
They say that everything will be confirmed on the 9th of May. But still no official anouncement from the Thai goverment... Has been about 1 month and Prayut is still working hard to be elected... Has anyone seen anything like this?
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นุ้งจอยของพี่ May 20
Most dirty election in the world
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horus May 13
Replying to @horusnarayana
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Tpy_LastLife May 12
When a new Thai government slurps our taxes and does nothing to prevent it.
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Wayne Hay 17h
🇹🇭 A Thai mother's long fight for justice over 2010 deadly crackdown | A... via
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Thomas M Stark May 17
Pick the right guy for the right job please!
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smn_dc May 15
A third of 's appointed senators linked to military, police. “There is no denying that the Upper House will be a tool to extend the junta’s power.”
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this is phubet May 13
Liverpool get the champion premier league 2018-2019 because popular vote.
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Pray for Thailand🇹🇭 May 16
It’s right that soldiers should work for the citizen, not to be vice versa. Today, our taxes are spent with nonsense, and the 5-year government can’t explain something about it. We’re hopeless 😩
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plakaho7777 May 13
Replying to @AltThaiNews
Thailand Politics is the war of Old and New Elite.
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plakaho7777 May 16
Watched that he would be a new hope for the Thai people or just like another politician who came to take benefit from the people and left.
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pat_charlie@hotmail.com May 13
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APHR May 18
The lawsuits against just keep on coming. Thailand's Election Commission is doing everything they can to disqualify him as a member of Parliament.
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Chiang Mai Street Art May 14
Man in charge of tanks declares himself the winner:
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Asia News May 13
11 one-seat parties officially announced their political stance by joining Palang Pracharath to form a coalition government with Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha to be prime minister.
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Kochakorn J. May 14
3 of 3: "With great power comes great responsibility" (just a little sarcastic here) At least 6 armed forces chiefs have to juggle so many hats here, being members of the Senate, running military forces and many more. You just can't blink in Thai politics.
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Kochakorn J. May 14
1 of 3: Thailand has just announced its 250 "appointed" senators who will jointly sit with 500 "elected" MPs to vote for the next prime minister. *The Senate will be full of stars, 101 out of 250 are either police or military generals. Fact First...
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Paul Risley May 13
Bangkok Post headline writers having a laugh in conspiracy-prone Thailand
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Kochakorn J. May 14
2 of 3: *We can feel a band of brothers here. Younger bros of PM Gen. Prayut and Dep. PM Gen. Prawit and elder bro of Dep. PM Somkit, will be part of the Senate. Fact First...
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