Thailand's key political events since 2014 military coup

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Published on 24 Mar 2019, 8:15
The people of Thailand are casting ballots on March 24 in the country's most complicated voting in history. The poll is widely considered to be a battle between three forces: the pro-military faction, populists opposed to the military and the swing forces. Nearly 51.4 million eligible voters will decide the country's future: towards re-establishing a democratically elected government or recognizing legitimized military rule. Let's look at Thailand's key political events since the 2014 military coup.

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