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Thai military does not have all the weapons

Amid post-poll uncertainty, Future Forward and social media critics challenge junta power

| Thailand
A supporter holds an image of Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit at a police station in Bangkok on April 6: The emergence of Future Forward signals a welcome change.   © Reuters

Nearly a month after Thailand's March 24 polls, the first since 2011, the country's election commission has delivered more confusion than clarity, the most reformist political party faces dissolution, and the powerful army chief in the world's most coup-prone nation is talking tough.

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