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The Royal Thai Police have issued a warning to the public, stating that wearing clothing with political party logos or names of candidates during the upcoming general election on May 13 and 14 could be considered illegal campaigning, leading to hefty fines or even imprisonment. According to election law, all political campaigns should be concluded …

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Well if this is the case, then they need to keep all military in their uniforms away as they represent the regime who is in power and who are actually also non elected senators. I guess since it isn't mentioned then a sticker on your car or bike is ok and since mobile phones are not mentioned then one could put a logo or party name on the screen and openly show it. Or how about a balloon or a pamphlet. I would think ther is more to this of you can't do than what is mentioned. Better to be safe and neutral unless you are out for possibly having some problems come to you.

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