Thailand’s military government expects to retain powerIn Thailand, today held the first parliamentary elections after the military coup that happened in 2014. About it reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the UNN.
So, on March 24 in Thailand, held the first parliamentary elections after the military coup in 2014, the newspaper writes. The Prime Minister and commander of the Royal army of the country prayuth Chan-OCHA, who was behind the coup almost five years ago, voted one of the first.
As noted, Thailand’s military government expects to retain power and thwart the democratic front parties to strengthen their positions.
Note, the military came to power in may 2014 in a coup and demanded to rewrite the Constitution, affirming the need in the country to start a new era of clean politics and stable democracy. However, the government Chan-OCHA, who himself is a retired General who used his powers to ban protests and limit the debate over the new Constitution.