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Pro-junta coalition will form next government, says Suthep

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Suthep as Buddhist monk

Suthep as Buddhist monk to avoid being arrested after the Bangkok Protests. Photo: Facebook.

Pro-junta political groups yesterday claimed the next election would see the rise of a new coalition while predicting the Shinawatra camp and the Pheu Thai Party would be defeated.

Suthep Thaugsuban, a key leader of the Action Coalition of Thailand Party (ACT), yesterday expressed confidence that the pro-military party would be a part of the next government. The upcoming election would see no outright winner, and so the only form of government possible would be a coalition, he said at a reforms-focused seminar hosted by his People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) Foundation.

Full story: The Nation

By Prasit Tangprasert
The Nation

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