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NCPO leaders says no intention to stay in politics

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BANGKOK, March 6 – The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) which has seized admistrative power in Thailand last May 22 has no wish to stay in politics after a general election is held, probably early next year, said Deputy Prime Minister/Defence Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwon on Friday.

Gen Prawit, also deputy chief of NCPO, said a proposal for members of the five core bodies including the NCPO, the cabinet, the National Legislative Assembly, the National Reform Council and the Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) to stay away from politics for two years after they leave the office is sensible.

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