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BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand’s king has approved a request from the country’s junta to lift martial law.
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The good news: the Thai military junta may soon lift martial law, which has been in place for nearly a year. The bad news: it will be replaced by something worse that could give junta leader and Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha much more power.
BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand’s prime minister and junta leader has asked the king for formal approval to lift martial law, which the military imposed ahead of a coup last May that overturned an elected government. The monarch’s approval is considered a formality.
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