Thai Army Chief: Elections Could Occur In 1 Year
The head of the military junta that took control of Thailand in a coup last week said Friday that elections may not occur for more than a year because peace and reforms must be achieved first. Army commander Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha spelled out the junta’s plans in his first speech directly to the public since the May 22 coup. Prayuth repeated warnings against protests or resistance to the army’s takeover, saying they would slow the process of bringing back “happiness” to the Thai people.
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