Thailand’s army Chief Apirat Kongsompong wants to end the political divides in the country through parliament and this is expected to the result of the recent disputed election. Phalang Pracharat party won the most important vote in Thailand after the 2014 coup. He doesn’t want the people of Thailand to come on the streets to find a solution.
The army chief also said there will not be another coup and we have other steps to control it including state of emergency declaration. The country has been in trouble in for several decades now and it has seen a number of coups than other nations since 1932 after its constitutional monarchy.
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