It is safe to say that Thailand has not been the most stable country over the last few decades, politically speaking. The country has seen so many coups take place that these have become just as common as an election. Since 1932, when the country ceased to be an absolute monarchy, Thailand has had 20 different constitutions and has had the fourth most coups in the world. The most recent of which took place in 2014 with current Prime Minister, General Prayut Chan-o-cha taking power.
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