Thailand's two largest parties gathered their members for the first time in four years yesterday as the ruling junta gradually relaxed its politics ban in the run-up to elections expected next year.
The Puea Thai Party - which was ousted from government by a military coup in 2014 - called on politicians to reach out to their constituents.
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