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On September 30 at 3pm, Thailand’s Constitutional Court will read the verdict on suspended Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s eight-year term limit. According to Section 158 of Thailand’s constitution, “The Prime Minister shall not hold office for more than eight years in total, whether or not holding consecutive term.” Prayut reached his eight-year limit serving as PM in August after becoming PM in 2014, a few months after he lead a coup to oust the elected government of Yingluck Shinawatre. However, 68 year old PM Prayut’s supporters argue that his tenure started on April 6, 2017, when H.M. the King ratified […]

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Did anyone notice this? After he was asked to vacate his seat, Bkk and a lot of provinces were hit by floods. From the time he ascended to the premiership in 2014 right until end of last month there were almost no threats of floods in the capital at all. 


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