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Results update: Pheu Thai wins most MP seats

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47 minutes ago, Thailand said:

Well if PT got the most seats and even forming an alliance(s) with other parties they still are in the losing position doesn't that mean the system is either flawed or is surely not- rigged!

who needs proof? 

Thaivisa farangs been crowing on for years about Thai corruption, brown paper bags, Immigrations getting paid off...on and on and on for just about every subject.

 

proof might proove that half of what they saying is complete BS

and we cannot spoil their fun like that!

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57 minutes ago, robblok said:

This news is different shows them far lower so with 10 party seats and the 130 here.. makes them 140. Not that much at all and lower then your 163. The FFW was 10 MP's lower in that previous estimate.

 

But what I don't get is that the party list seats for other parties are displayed but not those of the PTP. 

 

But I counted all the MP seats and did not reach 500.. so for sure we are missing a few party list seats.

The party list seats are allocated by percentage of popular vote that the party won, so a party that won a lot of seats by a narrow margin could get fewer party seats than a party that lost more seats by a narrow margin.   To add to the confusion, the number of constituency seats won is subtracted from the number of party seats allocated.

 

A few of the less mathematically challenged analysts predicted that PT could end up with no party seats at all, while smaller parties that won no constituency seats could get 1 - 5 party seats.

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Results update: Latest changes in vote tally

By The Nation

 

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Journalists wait at Phalang Pracharat party headquarters in Bangkok on March 24, 2019 after polls closed in Thailand's general election. /AFP

 

Updated poll results as of 10am Monday morning reveal a few some changes in the total seats each party has won.

 

There are also some changes to the wins of the small parties.

 

The Election Commission will begin counting the votes today at 2pm. 

 

Currently 93 per cent of the votes have been counted. 

 

Here are the update result of top ten parties:

 

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Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30366493

 

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2 hours ago, tingtongtourist said:

am i the only one going cross-eyed trying to read that results list?

Read it in "landscape format"?

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Quick,  send in Mueller.....maybe this time he will find something.

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Anyone running a book on the next coup yet? 
At which bookmaker I can place my bet?

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3 hours ago, bdenner said:

Pathetic words from a pathetic mind. For which party or is that a general statement.

Any half intelligent punter knows the whole thing is a farce.

well "apparently" the going rate in the villages started at 1000 baht, but ended up being 200 baht per vote

Hint,   -   the ones with the tanks and submarines !

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4 minutes ago, Joinaman said:

well "apparently" the going rate in the villages started at 1000 baht, but ended up being 200 baht per vote

Hint,   -   the ones with the tanks and submarines !

we were robbed, we only got rice and tins of sardines, Mrs never votes anyway.

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