Bangkok police have pledged to work all-out on Sunday to ensure no vote buying, wrongdoing or violence in the capital's governor election.
The Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) will deploy at least 14,000 officers across all 50 districts. As well, 10,000 handheld counters will be distributed to police officers stationed at each polling station to ensure that the number of voters casting ballots matches the total number of votes recorded.
"Police are instructed to do their duty on polling day and ensure this is a clean election," said Pol Lt Gen Kamronwit Thoopkrachang, the MPB chief.
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