BANGKOK: With martial law in place, Thailand’s army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha intends to bring together all stakeholders in the political conflict to break the deadlock, as he says the country cannot continue in this crisis any longer.
Prayuth decided to impose the strict law after senators failed to find a way to appoint a neutral Prime Minister to end the political crisis, and the military detected the possibility of the warring parties engaging in violence, a source said.
“May I beg all Thai people to take off all ‘coloured’ shirts. We begin from square one to take the country forward to calm, peace a…
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