January 23 2019
Thailand will hold elections in March for the first time since a military junta took power in 2014, reports the Bangkok Post.
On Wednesday, King Maha Vajiralongkorn issued a royal decree calling for general elections.
Later that day, the Election Commission announced that voting would take place on March 24, reported CNN.
Elections were previously proposed for February, but the junta overruled the proposal, citing early preparations for the king's coronation in May, reported the...
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