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Pheu Thai warns Prayut not to skip House meetings

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Pheu Thai warns Prayut not to skip House meetings

By The Nation

 

Pheu Thai Party spokeswoman Ladawan Wongsriwong on Saturday warned Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha not to skip House meetings or else he would be strongly reprimanded by MPs.

 

Ladawan said Prayut, the leader of the 2014 coup, must attend House meetings every week and cannot skip meetings by claiming he is busy. She said Prayut should not try to come up with an excuse just because he does not want to listen to criticism from MPs.

 

The spokeswoman said it is expected that Prayut would occasionally be grilled by the people’s representatives in the House because he has won the post of prime minister ungraciously through support of 250 senators appointed by the junta.

 

Prayut is known to have difficulty in controlling his anger and observers believe he will be tested to his limit by opposition MPs.

 

Ladawan said Prayut should study an example of Gen Kriangsak Chamanan, the secretary general of the October 6, 1976, coup maker. Kriangsak became the prime minister in 1979 on a slim majority coalition government.

 

Ladawan said Kriangsak did not attend a House meeting and Social Action Party leader MR Kukrit Pramote strongly reprimanded him, telling the House speaker to drag him into the meeting room.

 

Now that Prayut has become the prime minister of an elected government, he can no longer enjoy speaking for himself as he did during his weekly TV programme for four years, Ladawan added.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/politics/30371145

 

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I am so sure this will not bother the leader at all,

and think a no show will be planned

who is this  underling fooling.

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1 hour ago, rooster59 said:

Pheu Thai Party spokeswoman Ladawan Wongsriwong on Saturday warned Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha not to skip House meetings or else he would be strongly reprimanded by MPs.

Would have about the same effect as when my teacher told us to not make spit balls out of paper. I am sure he is shivering down to the bone with pure fear. Maybe he will miss a couple of meeting just because of that. Now it became Ladawan´s fault, right?

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33 minutes ago, Thaiwrath said:

I think its a foregone conclusion that he will make a complete <deleted> of himself, as soon as he faces criticism from other M.P.'s. Hopefully, this will show the whole populace what he is really like, and also show his total lack of ability to run the country, with his limited, if any, knowledge of politics.

Most know who and what he is,  his supporters will blame the opposition if they rattle him. 

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51 minutes ago, Thaiwrath said:

I think its a foregone conclusion that he will make a complete <deleted> of himself, as soon as he faces criticism from other M.P.'s. Hopefully, this will show the whole populace what he is really like, and also show his total lack of ability to run the country, with his limited, if any, knowledge of politics.

Sadly, he is in that position until the next coup or next election (which may never be called).  If after 5 years the populace does not know what he is like they haven't been paying attention.

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To top off the insult...it was a lady MP laying down the law to the missing PM...lol   😂

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Question Time. Always fun to watch.

 

This is what happens when you pretend to cease being a coup-leading general & start being a civilian PM. He's gonna havta continue pretending!

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Why should he need to turn up? He will be ruling by Article 44, albeit perhaps in a "democratic guise"!

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