Thai PM faces calls to quit over term-limit row


Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha has never enjoyed widespread popularity, and Thailand’s years-long economic battering has only exacerbated a public sense of stagnation. – EPA pic, August 23, 2022. 

A LEGAL showdown that could oust embattled Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha reaches the country’s constitutional court this week, threatening fresh political turmoil for the kingdom just months before national elections.




The former general has clung on to office through major anti-government protests in 2020, a bruising pandemic, a faltering economy and scores of political near-misses – but now the very constitution whose design he oversaw is being used against him.


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