How life has changed in Thailand since 2014 military coup

May 22 marks three years since the then-Commander in Chief of the Royal Thai Army Prayuth Chan-ocha staged a military coup against Yingluck Shinawat’s government and took power.

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    May 22 marks three years since the then-Commander in Chief of the Royal Thai Army Prayuth Chan-ocha staged a military coup against Yingluck Shinawatra’s government and took power.

     

    Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from the Thai city of Chiang Mai on how residents feel life has changed since the coup.


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