Thailand martial law raises coup fears

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The Thai military’s declaration of martial law in the early hours of Tuesday morning took many by surprise – including the embattled government. Ministers were not informed of the army chief’s decision beforehand, said Sean Boonpracong, a national security adviser and leading figure in the pro-government Red Shirt movement. “It was kind of expected, but when it actually happened it took us by surprise,” he told Al Jazeera, adding that he was not optimistic about the military’s intentions amid fears that this could be first step in a full-scale military coup. “I think there’s a chance that a coup could be in place. We would know in about 24 hours,” he said on Tuesday…

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