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Cobras strike on parliament's first day

Bangkok Post Sunday, 26 May 2019 ()
The emergence of "cobras", a term known in Thai politics as politicians who defy their party's orders, within the seven-party alliance led by the Pheu Thai Party and the intentional "stupid mistake" voting of a group of Palang Pracharath Party MPs on whether the vote on the election of the House speaker should be postponed or not are a clear reflection of the true colours of several politicians.
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