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Establishment Thai MPs plan military-backed party to keep junta chief as PM

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Pro-establishment lawmakers in Thailand said they plan to ensure junta chief Prayuth Chan-ocha stays on as prime minister by fielding a proxy political party backed by the military in a general election planned for next year.
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