Graffiti protests against the possibility of a delayed general election in Bangkok

politics January 11, 2019 20:00

By The Nation
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Graffiti on a wall depicting a heart with a word 'Vote' fasten with barbwire and guarded by armed bird characters, created a by Thai street artist to protest the possible delay of the nation's general election in Bangkok on Friday.



The general elections in Thailand are scheduled for 24 February 2019 but the military junta signaled the possible postponement of the poll to avoid overlap with the coronation ceremony for Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn which set on 04 to 06 May 2019.

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