Will the pro-junta parties help return Prayut Chan-ocha as prime minister or will the pro-democracy parties win a landslide?

On Sunday 24 March, Thailand will have its first general election in eight years. It will mark the end of five years of military rule after it took power in a bloodless coup in 2014, following months of political turmoil, social unrest and an election that was later ruled void by the constitutional court.

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