Thai army: new line-up, same fault-lines – atimes.com, October 1, 2013
…A soldier-by-soldier analysis of which senior officers have been promoted and assigned to which positions in the military hierarchy, however, points to a potentially destabilizing rise in factionalism – a reflection of Yingluck’s Peua Thai party’s bid to assert more civilian control over the top-ranking army positions which were responsible for overthrowing her elder brother, former premier and current de facto party leader Thaksin Shinawatra in a September 2006 coup…
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