What all has to happen in post-2023 election Thailand before it can have a new prime minister? has 102 views, +0/-0 votes and has had a +200 bounty for four days already (I'd also given it a +100 bounty previously). Except for mine, there's not even a single comment. I fear it's in roomba territory.
Without any feedback whatsoever there, I thought I'd ask here - is the question so uninteresting that not only nobody is interested in answering, nobody is even interested in leaving a comment, not even a disparaging one?
While Will Prayut still be Thailand's Minister of Defence if/when a new government is formed (2023) and (presumably a new) prime minister selected I also suspect that if a similar question was asked in the context of the UK informed and well-received answers would have appeared faster than the close votes and ultimately, seeing those well-informed answers, the question would have survived.
I'm not complaining, I'm just curious!
Why do my questions about a potentially historic transition from military dictatorship to a democracy via peaceful popular elections receive so little attention and remain fully unanswered? Is this simply uninteresting to this community?