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PM not worried about small coalition parties voting against government in censure debate

 

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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has shrugged off a reported threat, by five smaller parties in the coalition government, not to vote in support of the Government if it fails to answer the opposition’s questions effectively during the forthcoming no-confidence debate.

 

Asked about the reported threat today (Wednesday), the Prime Minister admitted that he had not been informed yet adding, however, that all the coalition parties are fine and on good terms. Nevertheless, he said that he could not force any party to vote for the Government, adding that they could not force him to do as they wish either.

 

He warned, however, that if the Government does not survive the censure debate, the country and the people will suffer and political parties will face the consequences as well.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/pm-not-worried-about-small-coalition-parties-voting-against-government-in-censure-debate/

 

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On 11/13/2019 at 4:48 PM, colinneil said:

He warned however if the government does not survive the censure debate the country will suffer.🕵️‍♀️

The country has suffered since he and his thugs took over the country with guns.

The country was in a gridlock and Yingluck's cronies were robbing the rice buying scheme. I rather like the no blocked intersections, the protesters whistling at each other and at times shooting the others. No black shirts now.

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