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Sudarat insists winner should form govt

 

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Pheu Thai party chief election strategist Sudarat Keyuraphan announced shortly after the close of the voting that the party stands by its principle that the party which won the most parliamentary seats should have the first right to form the post-election government.

 

As far as the Pheu Thai party is concerned, she said that the party will only join hands with the anti-junta parties in the coalition government if the party earns the right to form the government.

 

Khunying Sudarat and party leader Pol Lt-Gen Virote Pao-in thanked voiced all voters who showed up in force to cast the ballots.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/sudarat-insists-winner-should-form-govt/

 

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-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2019-03-25

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How quaint and novel, the winner expecting to get the spoils-TIT

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Get over it Khun Sudarat. You not going to form the government. The military has been plotting and preventing your party from forming the government since 2001. It’s their mission and they have failed previous attempts and can’t fail this time. All the barriers in placed and nothing can stop that tinpot ex-general to become the next PM. He has worked so hard to fool the people that he is benevolent and someone who is in touch with the people. So just be a viable opposition in parliament and develope your own persona and peel off your reliance on Thaksin, 

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6 hours ago, Eric Loh said:

Get over it Khun Sudarat. You not going to form the government. The military has been plotting and preventing your party from forming the government since 2001. It’s their mission and they have failed previous attempts and can’t fail this time. All the barriers in placed and nothing can stop that tinpot ex-general to become the next PM. He has worked so hard to fool the people that he is benevolent and someone who is in touch with the people. So just be a viable opposition in parliament and develope your own persona and peel off your reliance on Thaksin, 

 

Whilst Thaksin still selects and instructs PTP leaders, and she was his anointed choice, nothing will change.

 

The only hope is to get rid of all the old guard, of all factions, and their cronies and replace with young vibrant non tainted ones. But in the feudal patronage society, greased by the oil of corruption, that's a massive mega ask.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Eric Loh said:

Get over it Khun Sudarat. You not going to form the government. The military has been plotting and preventing your party from forming the government since 2001. It’s their mission and they have failed previous attempts and can’t fail this time. All the barriers in placed and nothing can stop that tinpot ex-general to become the next PM. He has worked so hard to fool the people that he is benevolent and someone who is in touch with the people. So just be a viable opposition in parliament and develope your own persona and peel off your reliance on Thaksin, 

I have meet Kunying Sudarat on a number of occasions, nice lady although I don't agree with her politics - plus she is Thaksin thru' and thru' as was her father - so no changed ever likely there. 

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10 hours ago, hotchilli said:

The senate has it rigged already for the next leader !

Yep...but will the public stand by and let it happen? Historically Thais have been very apathetic but this younger generation is showing signs of life. A strong anti junta leader could emerge and if they are slick enough to avoid arrest the youth could start a movement that would spread to other demographics. 

 

Or not....

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