Thailand Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has said that there is no chance of a coup in the coup in the country. “No one wants to stage a coup”, the Thai Premier said.
“We never think about this. We need to be careful and prevent the situation from escalating,” he said.
In Thailand, protests have been onging against the government of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, which have included demands for reform of the Thai monarchy, unprecedented in the contemporary era. The protests were initially triggered by the dissolution of the Future Forward Party (FFP) in late February 2020. The party was critical of Prayut and the country’s political landscape designed by the current 2017 constitution. The protesters are mostly students and young people without an overall leader .