LiveBlog: Thailand goes to vote

Historic voter turnout expected as Thailand votes for the first time since a military coup in May 2014. As Thailand goes to vote for the first time since a coup in May of 2014, we will be linking and sharing member stories related to the elections. Election Day:  Celebrities, politicians join locals in queues at […]

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Thai anti-government protesters wave national flags as they gather outside the Royal Thai Police Headquarters during a rally in downtown Bangkok on March 4, 2014. Tensions eased in Thailand's strife-hit capital on March 1 after protesters abandoned their attempted "shutdown" of Bangkok, but the move was seen as only a temporary reprieve for the kingdom's embattled premier. AFP PHOTO/Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT

March 24, 2019

Historic voter turnout expected as Thailand votes for the first time since a military coup in May 2014.

As Thailand goes to vote for the first time since a coup in May of 2014, we will be linking and sharing member stories related to the elections.

Election Day: 

Celebrities, politicians join locals in queues at polling stations: Read here

Voters in Thailand head to polls in long-awaited election: Read here

Voters turn out in big numbers in Central region: Read here

The likely and unlikely scenarios after today: Read here

Background: 

No sign of concrete policies for conflict in Thailand’s restive south: Read here

Thai Princess Ubolratana disqualified from elections: Read here

Thailand is headed for another political crisis and it can’t stop itself: Read here 

Will Sunday’s election ease or aggravate the conflict? Read here

Thais wont mobilize in protest even if junta wins elections: Read here

Time for trusting Thai junta coming to an end: Read here

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