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Thai parliament elects ex military government chief Prayuth as PM

BBC News Thursday, 6 June 2019 ()
Thai parliament elects ex military government chief Prayuth as PMThailand's opposition says the vote was rigged as the Senate was hand-picked by the military.
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News video: Military government chief Prayuth Chan-ocha elected Thai PM

Military government chief Prayuth Chan-ocha elected Thai PM 02:26

Former coup leader Prayuth becomes head of a civilian government critics say will prolong military power in Thailand.

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