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Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha may have survived the vote of no confidence just over a week ago but the pressure is still on for him to stand down after a political activist group cranked up more opposition to his tenure. PM Prayut and 10 other cabinet ministers rode the political storm at the censure debate between July 19 and July 24 and won a vote of confidence held at the end of proceedings. Gen Prayut secured 256 votes of confidence against 206 votes of no confidence with nine abstentions.  But that has not stopped a political activist group from […]

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