Thailand must postpone election again, until March – officials

A man bikes past a graffiti with the word 'vote', as the first national election since the military seized power in 2014 coup is set for next month, in Bangkok, Thailand January 11, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s long-delayed general election to end military rule will have to be postponed from its Feb. 24 date and will likely be held in March, two officials in the Election Commission said on Tuesday. The Election Commission of Thailand has not announced the postponement, but two senior election officials told Reuters it […]

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