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Thai constitutional changes would mean no regent required: media reports

Junta-appointed assembly to begin discussing revisions as soon as this week

BANGKOK -- Thailand's king has proposed amending the current interim constitution to remove the obligation that he appoint a regent while abroad or incapacitated, with similar changes sought for a draft constitution approved last year.

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