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A further threat to PM’s leadership as court set to rule in military housing case

The Thai PM, Prayut Chan-o-cha, says he’d have no problem stepping down if someone better could take over, adding that he’s tired of all the power now.

“If in the future, there is a person who is better, more capable and more honest than me, similarly honest, (he or she) would continue the work and be in charge of the country. But being in power is not a fun matter. I exercised a lot of power when I was the army chief for 4 years. I am fed up with using power. I used the power to take care of good people and punish people who do bad things. Only 2 (kinds of exercising power) are difficult enough already.”

He adds that accusations that he has abused his power leave him mystified.

“Many people accused me of using the power illegally, I don’t know where I have broken the laws. I comply with all the laws.”

Prayut says he never expected to be PM, not least for 6 years, adding…

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