Question: When did Thailand establish a constitutional monarchy?

How did Thailand became a constitutional monarchy?

Thai kingdoms and the late Kingdom of Siam were under absolute rule of kings. After the “democratic revolution” in 1932, led by Westernized bureaucrats and a tradition-oriented military, the country officially became a constitutional monarchy with a prime minister as the government head.

Is Thailand a monarchy?

When did Thailand get democracy?

The 1932 revolution resulted in a nearly-bloodless transition of Siam into a constitutional monarchy system of government, the introduction of democracy and the first constitution of Thailand, the creation of the National Assembly of Thailand, and the domination of the Khana Ratsadon in Thai politics until the 1950s.

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