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Thai court rules prime minister can stay in office

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Thailand's Constitutional Court on Friday ruled Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha had not exceeded the maximum eight years allowed in office, paving the way for his return from a five-week suspension.
Published 4 months ago · กทม, Thailand

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Thai court rules PM Prayuth has not exceeded 8-year limit in office

Thailand's Constitutional Court on Friday ruled Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha had not exceeded the maximum eight years allowed in office, paving the way for his return from a five-week suspension.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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Court rules Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth did not exceed constitution's 8-year term limit, can stay in office

Court rules Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth did not exceed constitution's 8-year term limit, can stay in office.

4 months ago·United States
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Court rules Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth did not exceed constitution's 8-year term limit, can stay in office

Court rules Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth did not exceed constitution's 8-year term limit, can stay in office

4 months ago·United States
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Thai court rules Prime Minister can stay in office

Thailand’s Constitutional Court has ruled that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha can remain in his job and did not violate a constitutional provision limiting him to eight years in office.

4 months ago·Ireland
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Thai court rules PM Prayuth can stay in office, suspension lifted

Prayuth Chan-Ocha was suspended while the Constitutional Court determined if he had exceeded the maximum eight years allowed in office.

4 months ago·Sydney, Australia
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Thai court rules PM can stay, did not exceed term limit

Thailand’s Constitutional Court has ruled that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha can remain in his job and did not violate a constitutional provision limiting him to eight years in office

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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