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Sudarat warns Democrat and Bhumjaithai parties not to betray people’s trust

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Sudarat warns Democrat and Bhumjaithai parties not to betray people’s trust

 

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Pheu Thai party’s election strategy chief Sudarat Keyuraphan today warned the Democrat and Bhumjaithai parties not to betray the trust of the people who voted for their pro-democracy platform, saying the people still remember their promise.

 

She said that the Pheu Thai party is still to see whether the two mid-sized parties will keep their promise to the people or “whether their promise was just rhetoric.”

 

She insisted that the party does seek any cabinet portfolios, saying “that is why we have announced today that we will not accept any posts and are ready to support the people who share our ideology.  Today, we agree to sacrifice and we are pleased to do so.”

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/sudarat-warns-democrat-and-bhumjaithai-parties-not-to-betray-peoples-trust/

 

 

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-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2019-05-24

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Convinced they will side with the junta, the easy way in, and probably already finalizing deals.

Hope I am wrong.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

saying the people still remember their promise.

too few will remember

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49 minutes ago, YetAnother said:

too few will remember

too few believed them

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If she is saying this then something rotten is in the state of Thailand.

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1 hour ago, Thailand said:

Convinced they will side with the junta, the easy way in, and probably already finalizing deals.

Hope I am wrong.

Of course they are going to side with the junta.

There is no doubt about that.

They are money lackeys - Establishment toadies; and when the top 'politician' controls - with oh-so-clean fingers - the nation's entire monetary funds and more, expressing 'gratitude' to those unprincipled supporters is as easy as kissing a frog (for some!).

 

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If The Democrats join the junta I hope they are decimated once again at the next election when their young voters switch to FF or its successor if it's dissolved.

For Bhumjaithai there never was any hope. 

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1 minute ago, bannork said:

If The Democrats join the junta I hope they are decimated once again at the next election when their young voters switch to FF or its successor if it's dissolved.

For Bhumjaithai there never was any hope. 

The next 'election' will be even more, er, thoroughly and totally 'managed' than this one.

The junta will not make the same mistake twice.

So Thai people: it is over to YOU!

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4 minutes ago, bannork said:

the next election

lol.

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They always say you get the government you deserve.

The mai bpen rai attitude has a lot to answer for along with the unmentionables!

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

Sudarat warns Democrat and Bhumjaithai parties not to betray people’s trust

 

 

Already betrayed . Nothing to see here. Move along quietly now.

 

It's the age old thing. Money talks , democracy walks.

 

If in the future somebody makes a movie about this sham election , suitable titles are available :

 

A fistfull of dollars

 

For a few dollars more

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The deal is made. FF will be dissolved. They will let PT remain because they need a bogeyman.

Mission accomplished!

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8 minutes ago, candide said:

The deal is made. FF will be dissolved. They will let PT remain because they need a bogeyman.

Mission accomplished!

I am not sure that they will actually dissolve Future Forward - although they are unprincipled enough to do anything; I think more likely is that they will hamstring the party with so many obstacles, court cases and trumped-up charges that Future Forward will lose much of its power in 'parliament'.

Certainly there is no way that they will EVER allow Thanathorn to become and remain P.M. He would be too good at the job (and by 'good', I really do mean - almost uniquely for a Thai politician - virtuous and honourable).

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8 minutes ago, Eligius said:

I am not sure that they will actually dissolve Future Forward - although they are unprincipled enough to do anything; I think more likely is that they will hamstring the party with so many obstacles, court cases and trumped-up charges that Future Forward will lose much of its power in 'parliament'.

Certainly there is no way that they will EVER allow Thanathorn to become and remain P.M. He would be too good at the job (and by 'good', I really do mean - almost uniquely for a Thai politician - virtuous and honourable).

They must set an example that no one can threaten the army as he did, without being punished. Having said that, it's just a question of what the extent of punishment will be.

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