Thai election rerun likely in November
Sunday, September 10, 2006
April's snap-election followed months of building criticism and protests and was apparently called by the beleaguered PM to renew his mandate. This effort was derailed by mass-protests calling for his resignation and an opposition boycott that left Thai Rak Thai the only credible contender in the election where over 10 million people chose to abstain.
Irregularities led to the annulment of the April 2 results, and the eventual removal of the country's election commission, Friday saw the Thai Senate appoint a new election commission. With the likely date of them assuming their duties being only a month prior to the currently scheduled October 15 election rerun, the senate anticipated a delay of a month would be requested.
- "Thai snap-election set for April 2, 2006" — Wikinews, February 24, 2006
- "Third of Thais vote 'none of the above'" — Wikinews, April 4, 2006
- Thai News Agency. "Thai PM expects new election in November" — , September 10, 2006
- Reuters. "Thai Senate meets, Oct. 15 poll delay likely" — , September 8, 2006
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