Thailand’s prime minister who overthrew the government as army chief suspended

BANGKOK: A Thai court has suspended Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha, who became a civilian prime minister after toppling a coup d’état as army chief.

According to the details, the court suspended the Prime Minister of Thailand, according to the court order, the Prime Minister of Thailand will not be able to perform his duties until the case is decided.

The court has given 15 days time to Prayuth Chan-ocha to file a reply, the opposition filed a petition for review of the prime minister’s tenure.

Prayut Chan-ocha

It was argued in the petition that the time spent by the Prime Minister as the military chief should also be counted in the 8-year period.

Thailand’s army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha took power after overthrowing an elected government in 2014, becoming a civilian prime minister in 2019 following elections under a military-drafted constitution.

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