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Most Thais feel it is inappropriate to politicize on the oath issue – poll

 

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The majority of the respondents disagree with the politicization of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s alleged incomplete oath taking, according to Super Poll.

 

Super Poll Research Office director Noppadol Kannikar said Sunday that 75.3% of 1,102 respondents, polled during between August 10th and 17th, feel that that the oath-taking controversy was politicized inappropriately, while 24.7% said that it was all right for the issue to be politicized.

 

On the question about whether Prime Minister Prayut is the appropriate person to be responsible for addressing the people’s hardships, the poll shows that 64.7% agreed that the Prime Minister is the right man for the job, compared to 35.3% who said other people would be more suitable.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/most-thais-feel-it-is-inappropriate-to-politicize-on-the-oath-issue-poll/

 

 

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-- © Copyright Thai PBS 2019-08-19
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Difficult to believe.. but then I am still shocked P is still in charge of the country after the election. I have not yet figured out how he managed to make that happen. 

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I think that if anything goes wrong he can always cop a plea that he really isn't responsible because he didn't do the oath. It seems that all the PMs eventually do something wrong.

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45 minutes ago, thesetat2013 said:

Difficult to believe.. but then I am still shocked P is still in charge of the country after the election. I have not yet figured out how he managed to make that happen. 

He's a celebrity songwriter, Thai's love a celebrity!

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It”s not his private matter, but very much public and important event, so very much part of politics. 

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2 hours ago, colinneil said:

Why are they saluting?

So called government is civilian, they are wearing civil service uniforms, civil servants do not salute, but bow to show respect.

 

They also kiss the designated areas of their seniors! It's where the sun does'nt shine!

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2 hours ago, colinneil said:

Why are they saluting?

It's the hat, It makes them do it. 

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3 hours ago, colinneil said:

Why are they saluting?

So called government is civilian, they are wearing civil service uniforms, civil servants do not salute, but bow to show respect.

 

It's actually a government officer's uniform, not the same as civil servant.

They only bow to the king to show respect. They wai everyone else, including monks and Buddha statues.

As they as generals, ex military, it's appropriate to salute.

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