The future of martial law will rest with the new government about to be formed when it takes over administrative duties from the military regime, a senior army officer said on Wednesday.
Workers paint the Santi Maitree building at Government House on Wednesday to prepare for the new government. Lt Gen Kampanat Ruddit said the new cabinet will decide the future of martial law. (Photo by Chanat Katanyu)
Kampanat Ruddit, the deputy army chief-of-staff, said the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) had considered ending martial law but said it will stay in place at least until the new government is functioning.
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