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Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha on 30 July submitted for royal approval the names of new cabinet members who would replace those that resigned two weeks ago. There has been no announcement yet and the list below is unofficial. The lineup shows how Prayuth, who is not a member of the leading People’s State Power Party (PPRP), is attempting to balance the demands of his coalition members with his prerogative to choose more independent technocrats not beholden to the parties and who can help sustain the image of capable policymaking in his administration. Both Predee and Supattanapong have
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