Q&A: Thailand election

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A woman checks a list before casting her ballot at a polling station in Bangkok, June 26, 2011Image source, Reuters
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There are many parties - but few will gain a seat

Thailand has held its first general election since 2007. The country has a long history of political protests and military coups, but after a relatively peaceful campaign, there is hope that this election could finally provide stability.