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Balanced News: Bans, betrayals and stalemates: How Thailand’s old guard could respond to election results

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Thailand’s progressive Move Forward party has won preliminary election results, but its proposed reforms may threaten conservative forces that could move to prevent it from governing. Its six-party coalition has a total of 310 seats in parliament’s 500-seat lower house, but analysts say Move Forward faces a daunting task to shore up the remaining 66 votes due to its controversial proposed policies. The coalition must appoint a prime minister that wins 376 parliamentary votes, which is expected in August. Analysts anticipate a variety of outcomes, including the possibility of forced intervention by the country’s powerful military-monarchy alliance.

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