Thailand’s junta leader will keep grip on power, early election returns indicate

A party backed by Thailand’s military government had a strong showing Sunday in its first elections since a 2014 coup and appeared likely to hold off opponents who campaigned on restoring democracy in the Southeast Asian kingdom. With more than 90% of the votes counted, unofficial results released...

Read more: http://www.latimes.com/world/la-fg-thail...

Similar news

Mayor Pete Buttigieg Is Totally Up for Booking Phish For His Inauguration 0 0 0
BlackBerry Messenger will soon be the latest messaging service to die 0 0 0
One paragraph in the Mueller report illustrates how selectively Barr quoted the document in his public statements 0 0 0
Exclusive: Venezuela skirts U.S. sanctions by funneling oil sales via Russia 0 0 0
Thailand Says US Man's Seasteading Home Violates Sovereignty 0 0 0
Ex-EPA Chief Pruitt Registers as Energy Lobbyist in Indiana 0 0 0
Mueller report: press secretary Sarah Sanders admitted to lying to reporters 0 0 0
THE MOBILE CHECKOUT BENCHMARK REPORT: How Amazon, Target, and other top e-tailers rank on checkout features that drive conversion (AMZN, TGT, WMT) 0 0 0
Meet the ex-Facebook advisor who pitched Richard Branson while kiteboarding (FB) 0 0 0
MLS to Seek Training Compensation, Solidarity Payments for Outgoing Talent 0 0 0