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A third of Thailand's appointed senators linked to military, police

Reuters Tuesday, 14 May 2019
More than a third of Thailand's newly appointed senators have military or police backgrounds, an official document showed on Tuesday, a sign the upper house will probably vote to entrench army dominance of government five years after a military coup.
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