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World condemnation of the military is not being matched in the business sector - Anti-government leader Suthep has been keeping a low profile since the coup - The Mcot chief wants to quit in protest over a dodgy contract, but may not be allowed

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The May 22 military coup has brought back hope for many people as it ended the six-month political deadlock and turmoil that inflicted huge damage on the country. 

Prayuth: Blessing in disguise

For the coup supporters, the putsch pulled the country back from the brink. Many believe the coup makers led by army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha are showing good intentions about restoring democracy and steering the country forward.

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