[THAILAND ECONOMIC NEWS] Good morning, everyone. I’m Kim suhyeon staff of Kamagroup Pvt. Ltd. Here I have an important Thailand economic news to share with you which is as undermentioned.
A lot is at stake in Thailand’s national elections, to be held on March 24. The first since the last elected government was thrown out in a 2014 coup, they are widely seen as an opportunity for a fresh start after a “lost decade” of squabbling by political elites over the right to rule.
The elections are also the first under a new and somewhat untested monarch, whose coronation will be held in early May. But at issue is not simply elite interest groups seeking a recalibrated “balance” under a new king, as often portrayed in local circles. The legitimacy of new political arrangements will be put to a test, while a decade of poorly-attended economic and social issues will require more innovative policies than we’ve seen in the past.
On the ballot are 500 seats of the reconstituted lower house of Parliament. The leading parties contending the poll include:
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