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A bottle of polish remover used to remove the ink stain from a voter's hand.

Monks at the Wat Damnak voting station are shown by a friend how easy it is to remove the supposedly indelible ink that is used to prevent voters from casting more than one ballot.

It was widely reported that the ink distributed to all the polling stations this year was made purposely weaker than ink used in previous elections. Fueling speculation of more voter fraud.
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A bottle of polish remover used to remove the ink stain from a voter's hand.<br />
<br />
Monks at the Wat Damnak voting station are shown by a friend how easy it is to remove the supposedly indelible ink that is used to prevent voters from casting more than one ballot.<br />
<br />
It was widely reported that the ink distributed to all the polling stations this year was made purposely weaker than ink used in previous elections. Fueling speculation of more voter fraud.