Thai Charter Referendum 2016

The majority of Thai citizens voted in support of the draft constitution. The Election Commission revealed in the unofficial results of Thailand’s charter referendum, that voters have voted to accept the draft constitution by approximately 61% or more than 15 million votes. In addition, approximately 58% voted in favor of the additional question which proposes that the appointed Senate be involved in selecting a prime minister during the first five years. (Source: National News Bureau of Thailand)

I documented the vote in rural Nakhon Nayok, Thailand. The turnout here was light. Photos by Lee Craker. Licensing Available Here


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