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Yingluck bows to army demands

Analysis: Apirat's new role in military reshuffle has red shirts raising fears of a coup

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The mid-year military reshuffle list of 203 generals which will take effect next month has been settled in line with the wishes of armed forces top brass, including the army chief, whose right-hand man will return to control forces in Bangkok. 

Troops demonstrate their combat readiness in front of a signboard welcoming caretaker Prime Minister and Defence Minister Yingluck Shinawatra at the start of her visit to the Royal Thai Army headquarters in Phra Nakhon district in August 2013. (Bangkok Post file photo)

The reshuffle was concluded at the Royal Thai Air Force headquarters in Don Muang district on Tuesday and Friday.

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