Thai voters headed to the polls on Sunday in a hotly contested election that may decide whether or not Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, the final who seized energy in a coup in 2014, is unseated by his rivals.

An observer of Thai politics has known as the election probably the most consequential one in his lifetime.

Opinion polls present that many citizens need change, backing opposition events which have promised to revive democratic rule in Thailand and roll again a few of the authoritarian insurance policies…

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