Most Thais want 'neutral PM' now: survey

Breaking News March 27, 2014 00:00

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Most people surveyed by a Bangkok Poll released Thursday believe the country has reached the situation where it needs a "neutral PM" to help bring about national reform before a new election is called.



Of the 1,068 respondents, 50.7 per cent agreed with appointing a neutral PM, 29.2 per cent disapproved of the move and 20.1 per cent said they were not certain.
The Nation

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