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Thais tell Prayut: Stop trying to be a fashion icon

 

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Picture: Daily News

 

The Thais have given a big thumbs down to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha's latest attempts to appear fashionable.

 

The PM and NCPO head had tried to project a new image but respondents of a "Super Poll" have told him not to bother. 

 

Some 74.6% of respondents said he should go back to the suits he wore when he led the coup. 

 

A quarter of respondents thought if he was going for a new look it needed a rethink. 

 

Daily News said that 1,450 people of working age were asked their opinion - out of these 56% said they support the current government or had in the past. 

 

Opinion was also sought on whether Prayut should be in politics at all. 

 

Some 66.1% said he should abandon politics but remain head of the NCPO (National Council for Peace and Order). 

 

Only 33.9% thought politics was a right choice for him. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

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He,ll get the "hansum man" call if he pops over to Pattaya.......:clap2:

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This is too Western for him, he better wears the silk....

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12 minutes ago, colinneil said:

Must be a slow news day if all you can come up with is Prayut a fashion icon.:cheesy:

He needs to get his a+=e out of the way and at least let somebody with half a brain try to get Thailand up and running again, until the next coup that is.

 

 

 

................and you can show me one government (between the coups) that has done any good  ?

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Stop trying to be a fashion icon and Start being a democracy Icon

 

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6 minutes ago, LucysDad said:

 

 

 

................and you can show me one government (between the coups) that has done any good  ?

Stop living in the past, look to the future, i was referring to the future, not the past.

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58 minutes ago, webfact said:

56% said they support the current government or had in the past.

Now we know how Big P stays "popular" in these polls. And good polls should not have layered questions anyway - it just screws up the data. So they basically ask, "Have you ever liked Prayuth?" etc. etc. Hell, even Yingluck would probably answer "Yes" to that question, despite hating him now.

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Looks like a 66 year old Justin Beiber.  - I am surprised that he chose to wear western theme clothing though - Back in 2015 he was urging people to wear traditional Thai clothing styles and fabrics. And then only last year he was urging cabinet members to wear traditional costumes to work!!

 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Daily News said that 1,450 people of working age were asked their opinion - out of these 56% said they support the current government or had in the past. 

This little throwaway sentence seemed to be lost amongst the fashion comments.

 

I wonder how many of that 56% are only in the past?

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14 minutes ago, dcnx said:

He looks like one of those old creeps in Pattaya who walks around with young bar boys.

 

I thought he looked like he was relieved from just backing one out.

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