Conspicuous by her absence
The Bangkok governor campaign is being seen as the quietest for a very long time - Military chiefs are furiously compiling their promotions lists, aware there will be far fewer generals this year - Polls are dancing to a new tune after the dismal display in the 2011 general election
The race for Bangkok governor is being fought hard in the opinion polls, but on the ground the canvassing activities have gone quieter than usual in some key battlegrounds.
Sudarat: Too preoccupied
As the candidates of the main political parties battle it out for top spot in the popularity surveys _ in which the Pheu Thai Party's man Pol Gen Pongsapat Pongcharoen has persistently held the lead _ some familiar faces in the Bangkok political scene are noticeable by their absence.
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