‘Thai junta goes from martial law to absolute power’ Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha talks on the anniversary of the military coup | glObserver Global Economics


Thailand’s military-led government has invoked Article 44 of the interim constitution to replace martial law.

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Thailand’s military-led government has invoked Article 44 of the interim constitution to replace martial law. The controversial article vests complete power and authority with Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-ocha in his capacity as chief of the National Council for Peace and Order — Thailand’s junta that has governed through martial law for over 10 months so far. The replacement of martial law with Prayut’s absolute authority yields several immediate implications.

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