BANGKOK — A pro-military party in Thailand on Monday celebrated its lead in the vote count in this weekend’s elections, hinting that the army’s grip since seizing power in a 2014 coup would likely ...
Thailand's ruling junta took an unexpected lead in the country's first election since a 2014 coup with more than 90 percent of ballots counted, election authorities said late Sunday, putting it on ...
A voter waits at a polling station to cast their vote in the general election in Bangkok, Thailand, March 24, 2019. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun Reuters JAKARTA (Reuters) - Polls opened on Sunday for Thailand ...
Thailand’s first election since a 2014 coup was mired in confusion and recriminations Monday after election officials released only partial results. Two rival parties each claimed the right to form a ...
A regional election observation group is criticizing the initial results ... who has led the junta since ousting then-Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in 2014, while the Pheu Thai is affiliated with ...
... election observation group has issued a critical report on Thailand's first election since a 2014 military coup, saying the "tabulation and consolidation of ballots were deeply flawed."
Thailand's ruling junta took an unexpected lead in the country's first election since a 2014 coup with more than 90 percent of ballots counted, putting it on course to return to power at the expense ...
Persistent confusion about results two days after Sunday's vote have diminished hopes that the first election since a 2014 military coup would end nearly 15 years of political turmoil in Southeast ...
A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Bangkok, Thailand, Sunday, March 24, 2019, during Thailand's first general election since the military seized power in a 2014 coup. (AP Photo/Wason ...
The current stretch of army rule has been the longest since the early 1970s; junta leader Prayuth Chan-Ocha seized power in 2014 and repeatedly postponed elections. Now they are set to go ahead on ...