Thai PM Prayuth says may consider cabinet reshuffle

 Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Monday he might consider a cabinet reshuffle after the current government reaches the end of its one-year working period, set in place by the junta after a coup, in September or earlier.

Bangkok: Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Monday he might consider a cabinet reshuffle after the current government reaches the end of its one-year working period, set in place by the junta after a coup, in September or earlier.

"There may be changes in some cabinet members. The reshuffle may come as the government has worked close to one year," Prayuth told reporters.

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