Cheerleading without fans

It seems like the Royal Thai Army can’t catch a break lately.Just a few weeks back, the RTA came under scrutiny after the National Anti-Corruption Commission gave it an “A” ranking for accountability and transparency, despite the army being embroiled in several scandals which put its credibility — as well as its role in the perpetuating the culture of graft — into question. Now it has to defend itself against allegations that it was behind almost 1,000 “propagandist” Twitter accounts which spouted its praises to divert public attention from its shortcomings.Even after the recent change in comm…

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