In November of last year, the junta that took power in Thailand in May of 2014 was faced with an embarrassing scandal, not only because of the corruption involved but because it involves the inflated price of construction of a park to venerate the country’s seven Chakri Dynasty kings from the Sukhothai era to the reign of the ailing 89-year old King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

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