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Preliminary Thai Election Results Are In, But Concerns About Accuracy Persist

Initial numbers show the pro-military party winning the most votes. Official results won't come before May, and it's not yet clear which party will have the seats required to form a government.
Members of Thailand's Palang Pracharath Party wave from a truck featuring posters of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha, in Bangkok on Wednesday. The party took the lead in Thailand's first election since the army took power five years ago after a preliminary count by the election commission. Source: Lauren DeCicca

Thailand's election commission has released the unofficial vote count from Sunday's election – the country's first since before the military seized power in 2014.

The results show Palang Pracharath, the pro-military party allied with the ruling junta, winning 8.4 million

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