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No Election in Thailand Seen Until 2016

Authorities in Thailand, which is under martial law and being run by a retired general, said they do not foresee holding elections next year as originally promised. A senior official told reporters Thursday that it is impossible to hold a national election next year because of groups in Thailand who oppose the ruling junta, named the National Council for Peace and Order. Prawit Wongsuwan, a retired commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai army who holds the posts of defense minister and...

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