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Thai coup leader says he’ll be acting PM

The army commander who seized Thailand’s government in a swift, bloodless coup promised Wednesday to act as prime minister for only two weeks, until a new leader “who is neutral and upholds democracy” is found and a temporary constitution is enacted. Army chief Gen. Sondhi Boonyaratkalin told a news conference that a general election would be held in October 2007, and he hinted that ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra could face prosecution for wrongdoing. Full Story

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