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Chart Pattana party wonders if it will ever get a cabinet seat as promised

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Chart Pattana party wonders if it will ever get a cabinet seat as promised

 

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The pro-government Chart Pattana party, which commands three seats in the lower House, is wondering aloud whether it will be given one cabinet portfolio, as promised to the party by the “phuyai” in the Palang Pracharat party.

 

Party spokeswoman Ms. Yaowapa Boorapolchai told the media on Sunday that the party is still waiting for confirmation of the promised seat from the Palang Pracharat, the core party in the coalition government.

 

She insisted that the party did not make any demands which could shake the coalition’s stability, adding that the party has been supportive of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha all along.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/chart-pattana-party-wonders-if-it-will-ever-get-a-cabinet-seat-as-promised/

 

 

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-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2019-06-24

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You can have the left over patsy seat.

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They didn't have enough signed photo copies of all their papers.

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This is terrible, you mean somebody lied to you ?

 

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If BJ is back in town the watch polishing seat will be up for grabs 🤔  

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Every picture tells a story.

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Serve you right by trusting the man who keep breaking promises and vows. Enjoy the 3 lower house seats while you can cause next election you will win nothing. 

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