Former Thai Premier Says Constitution Vote Must Be RespectedBy and
Abhisit says country’s 20th constitution may not be its last
Draft charter backed by voters set to boost military influence
Former Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said all sides of politics should respect Sunday’s vote in favor of a military-backed constitution, though he doesn’t believe the new charter will be the nation’s last.
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