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Prayut dismisses election rally, warns law-breaking protesters

Thai police at Ratchadamnoen PAD Protest

As protesters marched to Government House amid growing demands for an election this year, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday insisted that the poll would be no sooner than early 2019.

“They can demand all they want but the law is the law,” Prayut said during a press briefing. “There will be an election early next year, no sooner than that. We will have to progress according to the readiness of related laws.”

Full story: The Nation

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