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Northeastern MPs warn they may reconsider their role if they are ignored

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Northeastern MPs warn they may reconsider their role if they are ignored

 

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Cabinet seat sharing in the Palang Pracharat party appears to be far from settled, as resentment still simmers among a group of 19 northeastern MPs who claim they have been left out and are now demanding a “share of the cake”.

 

Mr. Aekkarat Changlao, a party-list MP and self-proclaimed leader of the dissident MPs, said that the group will meet tomorrow, at an undisclosed location, to discuss their next move, should the party still ignore the group.

 

“There are 20 provinces in the Northeast and the Korat group, representing five provinces, was given cabinet seats, but our group represents 15 provinces. 

 

We have won 19 constituency and party-list seats, but the senior people in the party have overlooked our importance. We are not eyeing a (cabinet) seat, just an executive post. It does not have to be me, but anyone in our group is fine, said the party-list MP as he warned that the group would reconsider its role in the party if its demand is not heeded.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/northeastern-mps-warn-they-may-reconsider-their-role-if-they-are-ignored/

 

 

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Unbelievable that they thought anything different,

get your head out of the sand.

What are, or can you do ?

it is too late to grab your ball and go home.

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I wonder if some of these constituant MPs change sides will the EC reallocate their votes for party list MPs? 🤡😂

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Will central government, the dicatorship, take heed of Northeastern politians and their  intentions?

 

From my experience of living in Thailand;  or should it be renamed Tie-land, considering it is a country under marshall law,  I've come to understand that N.E Thailand plus Thai are considered the back water, undisirables of Thailand.

 

I could be wrong?

 

Good luck.guys...

 

Paradise. Time to get out...

 

 

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1 hour ago, Sonhia said:

Will central government, the dicatorship, take heed of Northeastern politians and their  intentions?

 

From my experience of living in Thailand;  or should it be renamed Tie-land, considering it is a country under marshall law,  I've come to understand that N.E Thailand plus Thai are considered the back water, undisirables of Thailand.

 

I could be wrong?

 

Good luck.guys...

 

Paradise. Time to get out...

 

 

Living in a backwater is laid back and easy, no hassle.

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Cry babies. They always knew that the Junta doesn't care one iota about them. And if they didn't, then they have no business trying to act as big people trying to appease and represent a constituency. Duped is duped!

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they did get some 50-100mln baht (or were promised to) each for switching sides from PT to junta. They should stay quiet and monthly instalments will be still coming into their offshore accounts

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Revolt may be the only answer. Just look at Hong Kong. How do you think these nitwit incompetents would act, if two million Thai people took to the streets? Another coup would be impossible, since they essentially pulled a coup last month. What would they do? Why don't the people express the obvious disdain they feel for the feckless and hapless army fools?

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