Billboard Praising Prayuth As Next Pm Replaced

Billboard Praising Prayuth As Next Pm Replaced

By Jintamas Saksornchai, Staff Reporter

 

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RATCHABURI — A giant billboard calling for the junta leader to remain in power in Ratchaburi province has been taken down Thursday following complaints, while a deputy government leader says it was not equivalent to campaigning politically.

 

The roadside billboard featured an image of Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha shaking hands with British Premier Theresa May and captioned “Go Inter.” After photos of the billboard spread online and drew denunciations, it was replaced today by an advertisement for a temple event.

 

Full story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/politics/2018/12/06/billboard-praising-prayuth-as-next-pm-replaced/

 
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