Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said Thailand will hold a general election in 2017. His comments on Tuesday sought to allay concerns that his military government might delay a return to democracy. The move came after Sunday’s referendum endorsed a military-backed constitution, seen as the biggest test yet of public opinion on Prayuth’s rule. Prayuth previously said a general election will be held in 2017 under the junta’s “road map” to restore democratic rule in the country.
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