The Democrat Party in The 1990s
The Democrat Party became an outspoken opponent of military rule in Thai politics during the 1990s. The Democrat Party was the key member of the "People Power" movement in 1992.
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... The party's voter base is traditionally concentrated in Southern Thailand and in Bangkok, where the party relies on the support from the capital's ... In the 1990s, under the leadership of Chuan Leekpai, a native of Trang province in Southern Thailand, the Democrats quickly became the dominant party in Southern Thailand ... The influences of provincial politicians from the south into the party created considerable tension with the party's Bangkok establishment ...
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