The Election Commission (EC) on Wednesday dampened the Pheu Thai Party's hopes of having sufficient MPs to open the House of Representatives next month.
The Feb 2 election was marred by anti-government protesters blocking voters from lodging their ballot papers. Twenty-eight constituencies in nine provinces could not hold elections as they had no candidates. (Photo by Phrakrit Juntawong)
Election commissioner Somchai Srisuthiyakorn said after a meeting at Thammasat University's Rangsit campus that the EC had decided to scrap a plan on poll reruns for April 20 and 27 and decided to organise elections in five provinces on March 2.
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