The Thai junta’s Dec. 11 announcement lifting of its military-imposed ban on political activity hasn’t created much euphoria among the parties that aren’t nominated by the government. The junta’s order, they say, is ambiguous and lacks clarity. The ban on activity, in place since the 2014 military putsch that unseated the democratically elected government of Yingluck Shinawatra, follows a partial easing of the ban in September when political parties were allowed to convene meetings and recruit party members.
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