Thailand’s left will likely see significant wins in next week’s elections, despite a court ban on a key opposition party. As the varied opposition parties are still comparatively strong, the court’s ban has accomplished little but to undermine the elections in favour of preserving the status quo.
The Thai military government said it will hold an election at the end of 2018. But does this mean a return to democracy for Thailand?
Prayut’s government faces fresh challenges from the separatist movement in the southern provinces.
LinkedinTwitterFacebook0By Zofia Reych As the Songkran Festival begins, Thailand expects to welcome 495,000 foreign visitors over the three days of New Year celebration. Known internationally…