BANGKOK, Nov 23 (Reuters) - A proposed new law to boost patriotism in Thailand would be "chaotic" because it would require motorists to stop when the national anthem is played twice a day, lawmakers said on Friday. A vote on the Flag Bill proposed by a group of retired and active duty generals in the army-appointed parliament was deferred on Thursday to allow a committee to study it. "It would be chaotic if the bill had passed as it is now. So the National Legislative Assembly decided to ...
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