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Prayut survives no-confidence motion following marathon censure debate

By Thai Newsroom Reporters PRIME MINISTER PRAYUT Chan-o-cha today (Sept. 4) survived a no-confidence motion following a four-day censure debate at parliament. Government MPs cast 264 confidence votes for Prayut, compared to 208 no-confidence votes against the premier cast by opposition MPs who had primarily held him responsible for the government’s alleged failure to cope

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Police: Protesters’ parallel censure debate to continue today

POLICE are gearing up for continuation of a rally near the Parliament today (Feb. 20) after demonstrators staged a lengthy parallel no-confidence debate against the government last evening and suspect that they might stay there overnight, Sanook.com quoted INN News as saying.  Pol. Gen. Damrongsak Kittipraphat, deputy national police chief, said police are prepared to

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