May 26, 2014: A Thai soldier gestures as he and his colleagues guard the Victory Monument during an anti-coup demonstration in Bangkok.(AP Photo/Wason Wanichakorn)
BANGKOK – A Cabinet minister who defied an order to report to Thailand's new military junta emerged Tuesday from hiding to condemn last week's coup in the first public comment from a member of the former government.
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