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Court to consider petition over Prayut’s fitness to be PM

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40 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

Both Prayuth and the army are utterly despised by the Thai people, at this point in time.

But they don't care and, reality says, they don't need to care.

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Nothing can be done as it is fixed but FFP are not stupid. They are setting up stuff for the future, keep harassing away, if they do nothing people will ask 'what's the point of FFP'? their time will come and they can point to all the failed cases as evidence of the fix.

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9 minutes ago, Denim said:

 

What ? An MP or one of their balls ?

Same same

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9 minutes ago, Denim said:

 

What ? An MP or one of their balls ?

Best comment so far today lol .  I just hope my spilt tea will not have any detremental effect on my keyboard.

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......that prayut was free to continue carrying out his duties as pm until it reached a ruling and the big brown envelopes had been sorted.

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Funny how it takes hundreds of MP's signature's to get their complaint against Prayuth's incompetency accepted, and a mere 1 complaint against FFP to be put into motion, and the complaint is huge being as speaking bad against the you know what.. Hope for the best. 

 

And funny how Prayuth can continue working same as all his cronies that are accused, but Thanathorn who still needs to be proven guilty is benched from the first second. 

 

Opposition better dig in for another extended 5 year spat.

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4 hours ago, bluesofa said:

Are we allowed to know what the two allegedly said? Probably not.

A clear NO 😞

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Sure the fair and just court will throw out the first and uphold the second petition to balance the scales 🤔

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Why does the opposition even bother.  The government is run by Prayut and it's not going to change.  The same is happening in the United States with Trump.  There, the opposition is yelling for impeachment.  It's not going to happen since the opposition hasn't got enough power/votes.

 

Why do they bother?  They know they have no ideas to improve the country and the government.  They have to do something to keep their names in front of the public,

 

A complete waste of time and money.

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24 minutes ago, sammieuk1 said:

Sure the fair and just court will throw out the first and uphold the second petition to balance the scales 🤔

Yes that's 110 signatures on the first and one individual complaint on the second.If Prayuth is found not fit he loses the PM position,if the other two are found to have made comments against the monarchy then the whole party gets abolished and the two leaders would possibly be banned from politics for life and possible jail terms,just to balance the scales with one tank on one side and a feather dust on the other.Looks like we might be seeing the end of the FFP! 

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5 hours ago, Fex Bluse said:

I'm not sure why the opposition wastes time. 

 

The PM has been endorsed. 

 

It's a done deal and NOTHING will change it. 

There might just be a thing in the constitution, i.e. a conflict of interest, you see, he was still a General when he ran for PM, one would be inclined to think that alone is a conflict of interest, e.g. the General caretaker PM should resign his position as General if he is wanting to run for the PM, he did not, therefore that constitutes a conflict of interest, but whether the constitution shares my view is another thing.

 

Personally I hope he gets kicked out, then we will have another coupe no doubt...lol

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1 minute ago, 4MyEgo said:

There might just be a thing in the constitution, i.e. a conflict of interest, you see, he was still a General when he ran for PM, one would be inclined to think that alone is a conflict of interest, e.g. the General caretaker PM should resign his position as General if he is wanting to run for the PM, he did not, therefore that constitutes a conflict of interest, but whether the constitution shares my view is another thing.

 

Personally I hope he gets kicked out, then we will have another coupe no doubt...lol

I understand what your saying here. 

 

But, Thais don't follow any of their own laws anyway. 

 

Whatever the law says is irrelevant. 

 

What is highly relevant is that he has been endorsed by the right parties. 

 

The decision has been made and the Thais need to deal with it 😊

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2 hours ago, Is this real said:

Why does the opposition even bother.  The government is run by Prayut and it's not going to change.  The same is happening in the United States with Trump.  There, the opposition is yelling for impeachment.  It's not going to happen since the opposition hasn't got enough power/votes.

 

Why do they bother?  They know they have no ideas to improve the country and the government.  They have to do something to keep their names in front of the public,

 

A complete waste of time and money.

I think there is a vast difference between USA and here!!!. Fundamentally an army controlled dictatorship versus a democratically voted in President. 

Trump's opposition cannot bear the fact that he is not one of the arse licking, bureaucratic, self-righteous, big company sucking, civil servant brigade and cannot be bought!!

I rest my case m'lord!😉😉😉😉

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