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UN opposes vote blocking in Thailand

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The United Nations said late Tuesday that it would not condone any action that undermines the democratic process in Thailand, following the inconclusive general election at the weekend. 

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon raised concerns about obstruction of voting in Sunday's general election, and urged all parties to resolve their differences through dialogue.

"Any action that undermines democratic processes and hinders the democratic right of the Thai people cannot be condoned," he said of the political deadlock.

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