The leader of Thailand’s opposition party Move Forward has said he is ready to be prime minister and is in talks with other opposition leaders about forming a coalition after voters on Sunday delivered a rebuke to the country’s military rulers.
The progressive Move Forward party is expected to have 151 seats in Thailand’s 500-seat lower house, based on preliminary results from the Election Commission. The Pheu Thai party, for two decades the country’s biggest opposition force, is projected to have won 141 seats.
Pita Limjaroenrat, Move Forward’s Harvard- and MIT-educated…
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