Thai voters cast ballots in first general election since 2014 coup

BANGKOK – Thai voters flock to polling stations across the c

ountry on Sunday for the country’s first general election since the 2014 coup.

Eligible voters have been lining up at polling station since 6:00 am local time. Prime Min

ister Prayut Chan-o-cha cast his ballot at a station in Bangkok at about 8:30 am local time.

The prime minister asked voters to use their rights properly to bring about unity and better development of the country.

High ranking government officials and leaders of political parties also showed up at polling stations in the morning.

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan reiterated that security of the coun

try is the top priority of the government, ruling out political unrest during election.

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