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Thailand: Structural Flaws Subvert Election

Expand Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha speaks during a press conference about the government's achievements at Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, Feb. 1, 2019.  (New York) – Thailand’s military government has failed to create conditions for a free and fair national election on March 24, 2019, Human Rights Watch said. The process for forming a new government, in which the junta-appointed Senate will have half the total number of votes for the next government as the elected House of Representatives, severely undermines the right of Thai citizens to choose their leaders.…

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