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Thai gov’t faces no confidence vote amid protests, pandemic

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Bangkok, Aug 31 (EFE).- Thai Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-ocha and five of his ministers face a vote of no confidence in parliament that began Tuesday and will end Saturday amid a wave of anti-government protests in the country.ARCHIVE FOOTAGE OF THAI PRIME MINISTER GEN. PRAYUT CHAN OCHA AT A PRESS CONFERENCE AND ANTI GOVERNMENT PROTESTS IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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