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20 minutes ago, newatthis said:

A by-election. That'll be interesting.

 

PPRP won by a landslide there with nearly double the votes of PTP in 2019.  Think the most likely outcome is another win, but a low turnout might affect the number of votes the micro parties get and their party listings. 

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6 minutes ago, jonclark said:

 

PPRP won by a landslide there with nearly double the votes of PTP in 2019.  Think the most likely outcome is another win, but a low turnout might affect the number of votes the micro parties get and their party listings. 

PPRP got 30,012 against PTP 17,751. Pol Gen Waiphote was the incumbent since TRT days. This by-election will be a bellwether test on PPRP support now that Waiphote is not able to contest.   

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1 hour ago, PatOngo said:

Ten green bottles hanging on the wall

And if one green bottle should accidently fall

There'd be...…..........................................….....

Agree, there will ultimately be a total crash / a crash which the green folks can't survive from, hopefully very soon. 

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40 minutes ago, Eric Loh said:

PPRP got 30,012 against PTP 17,751. Pol Gen Waiphote was the incumbent since TRT days. This by-election will be a bellwether test on PPRP support now that Waiphote is not able to contest.   

...was the incumbent since TRT days, nice example of long-term cronyism and gangs of scaly politicians unethical ...

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16 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

All red-shirts should be in jail.

No red shirts - no problems.

Don’t forget to bring along the blue, yellow and green shirts. 

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1 hour ago, Eric Loh said:

PPRP got 30,012 against PTP 17,751. Pol Gen Waiphote was the incumbent since TRT days. This by-election will be a bellwether test on PPRP support now that Waiphote is not able to contest.   

 

What's interesting Eric, is that this again demonstrates that people vote for a person rather than a party. Which is one reason why people feel safe changing parties whenever it suits them. Hierarchical patronages with clan like loyalties.

 

One does wonder what police rank the gentleman was holding when he turned Red Shirt law breaker?

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