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Despite attacks, Prayut manages to keep his cool

 

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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha / ©asiatimes.com

 

Promoting cronyism, favouring big businesses and being incompetent.  These were  among charges levelled by the opposition against Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on the first day of the censure debate on Monday.

 

Even his temperament – his often outbursts in front of the media in particular – was also included by his critics in the list of reasons why he doesn’t deserve in to be in office a day longer.

 

Sompong Amornwiwat, leader of the main opposition Pheu Thai Party who kicked off the 11-hour debate, described Prayut as a failure in every aspect.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/despite-attacks-prayut-manages-to-keep-his-cool/

 

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My Thai PA saying the UN have blacklisted Thailand with Prayuth being mentioned specifically.

 

Lost in translation probably but she showed me a Thai news article...

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Mrs Poohy showed me his FB page. 

Ouch!! some of the comments (all Thai obviously) are Brutal ...i used the FB translate option to read they were not complimentary 

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Looking at recent images of him, despite the fake smile, he looks anything but calm. The man looks gaunt, aged and pretty stressed. 

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15 minutes ago, Hayduke said:
24 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

Oh be fair, he always seems to get his shoes on the right feet.

True enough...but remember he does have a squad of army conscript slaves to dress him every day. He probably hasn’t put on his own shoes in years.

You mean he puts his wife's shoes on?

Or is that perhaps just in the evenings?

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4 minutes ago, RichardColeman said:

What is quite sad about the whole thing is that he could have set himself up for future generations of Thais to look back on with respect and honour for changing Thailand into something better. Now I imagine they will look back in 100 years at him as a pariah !

What's with the 'in 100 years'?

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