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March 1992 Thai general election

Summary
General elections were held in Thailand on 22 March 1992, the first after the National Peace Keeping Council overthrew the elected government of Chatichai Choonhavan in a coup on 23 February 1991. A total of 15 parties and 2,185 candidates contested the 360 seats. The result was a victory for the Justice Unity Party, which won 79 seats, despite receiving fewer votes than the New Aspiration Party. Voter turnout was 59.2%. Results This election, especially in the Bangkok area, the Palang Dharma Party was very successful by being able to get 32 seats of 35 seats, many famous politicians were not elected, such as Police Captain Chalerm Yubamrung, the Mass Party leader. (currently affiliated with the Pheu Thai Party), Marut Bunnag, Pramote Sukhum, Pichai Rattakul, Charoen Kanthawong from the Democrat Party. And it was considered the first political role of a new politician who later became an important player in politics, namely Abhisit Vejjajiva, later the former party leader a
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