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Thailand Wahlen: Warehouse where the military is lying

Somewhere old Mal says eight years dare those Thai people – and they have made public for the amateur military junta. From Zahlen of the state-owned Wahlkommission, in the evening (Ortszeit), Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is lying with his last lie. Including 91% of votes, one party has PPRP more than one hundred thousands of votes on the largest party of the opposition.

Completing the parenthesis combines the PPRP with more than 7.3 million votes. Pheu Thai on the homeless prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, the military single-handed hat, was at some 6.8 million. The party followed Future Forward with more than five million. Altogether, more than 51

million people in the south-eastern kingdom were well-prepared. Forecasts or any news of the story are not known. It remains unclear whether General Prayut – with a Putsch coming in 2014 – wished a democratically elected government and power – civilian governor could be. The 65-year-old was the Spalz candidate of the Phalang Pracharat Party (PPRP).

Another requirement was met

In the election, there was a total of 500 Sitze in the representative house, the lower house. The Oberhaus, the Senate, hats its military soldier, all 250 Sitze screened. Ohne Wahl. A new constitution and amendments in the right to vote are permissible per contentious dispute. The army, however, has the right to determine any member of the House of Representatives.

As the Senate and Representative House jointly hold the Premier, Prayut 126 prepares for the inherent 500 mandates for a single majority. The election therefore does not mean that this democracy in Thailand will be fully restored. The military were willing to clear the other party's party.

Initially, it was noted that Phau Thai from the Walloon Party would re-sponsor the representative house as the strongest party. Also, wholesaler inquiries have come to an end. In late 2001, the Shinawatra Bearer won all the Wahlen in Thailand.

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