Thailand gets out the vote for new constitution
As the Aug. 7 vote nears for a referendum over whether to approve a new constitution in Thailand, surveys find that most citizens are undecided or not informed about the draft charter. Last-minute campaigns, for and against, are trying to fix this.
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