THAILAND: Country Forecast: Political Framework

January 2006
Political Risk Yearbook: Thailand Country Report;2006, p29
Country Report
Country Report
Presents information on the political framework of Thailand. Profile of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra; Information on the Thais Love Thais and the Democratic parties; Military armed forces of the country; Role of the Thai royal family in the country's government.


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