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NCPO denies military role in poaching of ex-MPs

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NCPO denies military role in poaching of ex-MPs

By Thai PBS

 

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The National Council for Peace and Order has nothing to do with the alleged poaching of former MPs to join politcal parties set up to support Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha’s return to power, NCPO spokesman Maj Gen Piyapong Klinphan said on Friday.

 

Maj Gen Piyapong said the NCPO has kept a close watch on activities of all political parties and groupings and none of them is found to be violating the law and regulations in a way that could lead to a disturbance of peace and order in the country. 

 

The country’s administration is running smoothly according to the road map toward an election in early 2019, he said. 

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/ncpo-denies-military-role-poaching-ex-mps/

 
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-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2018-07-20

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They can deny all they want, the truth is plain to see. A 'silence' blanket has been thrown over anyone with a voice, the press is muzzled. Dictatorship 101.

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Well, NCPO might not, but one or two of the dozens of other 3-4 letter acronym councils/committees/whatever with fancy pancy names under complete control of the toad lovin' tool declaring himself "not a soldier anymore" most certainly do.

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

none of them is found to be violating the law and regulations in a way that could lead to a disturbance of peace and order in the country. 

From the perspective that a pro-military political party would in the eyes of the NCPO would lend the support of the junta's Peace and Order in the country, "none" would be correct.

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