‘Respect my vote’ – Thai election supporters speak out – AFP

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AFP
Bangkok — Angered by opposition protests seeking to thwart upcoming polls, a burgeoning pro-election movement in Thailand is taking a stand to demand their votes are respected, with candlelight vigils and Facebook campaigns. Seeking a middle ground
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