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May 25, 2014 AT 9:14 AM
Thailand's ruling military council stiffened its warnings Sunday against protests over its takeover of power, with its patience apparently wearing thin over demonstrations that have been growing in size and boldness. The warning came a day before the coup leader, Army Commander Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, was expected to receive the king's endorsement formalizing his status as head of government. After that, it's anticipated Prayuth may announce plans for reshaping Thailand's political scene with an interim constitution to replace the one scrapped by the army after Thursday's coup, and an appointed legislative body.