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UPDATED: 10:07, March 26, 2006
Election process cannot be undone now: Thai PM Thaksin
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Thailand's Caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said Saturday that the election had already begun and could not be undone.

Thaksin spoke this when visting the Bangkok Motorshow with his son, Panthongtae Shinawtra, Industry Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit, and other ministers, according to the Thai News Agency.

"The election has already taken place so it has to go on," Thaksin said.

Eligible voters across Thailand who registered for advance balloting can cast their votes on March 25-26 in their respective areas. Most people will vote on April 2.

Thailand's statesman and President of the Privy Council Gen. Prem Tinsulanond, among other leading dignitaries and public figures, turned out Saturday to cast their ballots in advance.

Source: Xinhua

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