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Thailand Election Indicates Ruling Party Lost Support

Voter turnout in Thailand's February 2 election was dampened by a boycott by the main opposition party as well as anti-government protesters who tried to block voting.  But as ballot counting continues, analysts say the lower turn-out also appears to show the ruling Pheu Thai party lost some support.  Out of 43 million eligible voters in Thailand, 20 million, about 47 percent, cast their ballots, according to unofficial results. That compares to a 75 percent voter turnout...

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