Thailand military govt partially lifts ban on political activity

Since the coup that removed Thailand's largest party from office, political gatherings of five people or more have been outlawed.

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    Thailand's military government has cleared the way for political parties to resume activities, more than four years after a coup.

    But they can't campaign or organise street gatherings for an election which may be held in February.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Bangkok.


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