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A House Secretariat investigation says it’s found no evidence that PM Prayut Chan-o-cha paid MPs to vote for him. The probe was in response to an accusation from an opposition politician in September. Wisarn Techathirawat, a Pheu Thai MP for Chiang Rai, accused the PM of paying 5 million baht to a number of MPs in return for votes of support. He made the allegation during a no-confidence debate on September 2. According to a Bangkok Post report, the claim prompted House Speaker Chuan Leekpai to order an investigation into the matter. The probe has now ended, with Sukij Atthopakorn, […]

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