Thailand will go to polls in mid-May to choose the country’s next government, the Election Commission said today.
Commissioners on Tuesday afternoon announced that May 14, the last possible Sunday of the month to hold the poll, will be the date for the next general election.
The parliament was dissolved officially yesterday by royal decree, and the constitution requires that the vote must take place within 45 to 60 days.
May 14 will come eight days before the ninth anniversary of Thailand’s last coup d’etat.
And it’s done: Thai parliament officially dissolves
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