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A new poll from the National Institute of Development Administration showed that the majority of people want PM Prayut Chan-o-cha to finish his role as Prime Minister at the end of his eight year term on August 24. There has been different interpretations of the current Constitution and whether the prime minister is eligible to continue his role or if he has now served his eight-year term as permitted by the Constitution. The Constitution allows for prime ministers to serve a maximum of two four-year terms, making a total tenure of 8 years. However, the most recent iteration of Thailand’s […]

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