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BANGKOK 25 June 2019 20:47
webfact

Thai anti-junta leader says 'no giving up' on forming next government

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21 hours ago, webfact said:

If all 250 senators vote the same way, Prayuth's party, whose allies already hold 19 seats, will have just over the 376 required in the combined House-Senate vote to approve him as prime minister.

Yes, however his party will likely not have a majority in the lower house, so I fail to see how such a government could ever be productive, the elections did not go Prayuth's way despite massive cheating, and now they have him by the balls. 

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For anyone who thinks it’s over, it’s far from over. 2 major swinging parties have not yet announced its alliance . A wild card keep going around stating he would be next PM and no it’s not uncle Prayut . 

 

Wait till the end of the month for more to unveil 

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12 minutes ago, BestB said:

For anyone who thinks it’s over, it’s far from over. 2 major swinging parties have not yet announced its alliance . A wild card keep going around stating he would be next PM and no it’s not uncle Prayut . 

 

Wait till the end of the month for more to unveil 

But will they show principles and guts and the desire to change Thailand?  Or are they haggling to benefit themselves?

If they are doing this will Thanathorn do the correct thing and reject their 'help' and explain why?

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9 hours ago, FritsSikkink said:

Everywhere has issues, but Thailand has a very wide range-too many to list, but if you guess, you will probably be right 

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41 minutes ago, BestB said:

For anyone who thinks it’s over, it’s far from over. 2 major swinging parties have not yet announced its alliance . A wild card keep going around stating he would be next PM and no it’s not uncle Prayut . 

 

Wait till the end of the month for more to unveil 

Yes, and apparently PTP already willing to offer one of those two wildcards (the anti junta coalition only needs 6 additional seats) the PM post. 

 

I think both will bite if offered the right package. One already stated he wouldn't support Prayuth, so in order to satisfy the few million that voted for the party, the only right thing to do 🙂

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