Even though a new constitution is on the way in Thailand, it doesn't seem this process will bring more democracy. On the contrary, the country is further sinking into its political vicious circle of instability.
While taking power in 2014, through an umpteenth coup d'Etat, the military junta promised to give a new impulse to Thailand, and assure the democratic transition by drafting a new constitution, which would favour the return of a civil government.
However, a multitude of experts, su...
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