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Poll: People want new cabinet to speed up solutions to economic problems

 

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BANGKOK (NNT) - People want the new cabinet to solve economic problems first, according to an opinion survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.

 

The poll was conducted online with 1,078 people throughout the country after Prime Minister and Defense Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha said a cabinet reshuffle was imminent. Asked whether the people would benefit from the cabinet reshuffle, 48.70 percent said no, saying only politicians would; 37.11 percent were uncertain, saying they would first have to see the composition of the new cabinet; and 14.19 percent said yes, saying new, competent team members would help stabilize the government.

 

Asked what they wanted the new cabinet to prioritize after taking office, 89.29 percent wanted it to address the country’s economic problems; 74.06 percent wanted it to solve the problem of unemployment and 72.84 percent wanted it to be transparent in its work, attach importance to people’s livelihoods and look into people’s indebtedness.

 

Most people think the country has many problems especially the current economic difficulties. Therefore, it is a challenging task for the government to expedite a solution process to build confidence among the people.

 

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14 minutes ago, webfact said:

competent team members would help stabilize the government.

so is that an unsaid admissions that the previous ones were competent with an in at the front .. 

Why do they refer to it as a " cabinet " as well .. when I was a kid a cabinet was a piece of furniture kept in the front room .. or a sideboard if you were poor and didn't have a front room .. but having said that members of the sideboard hasn't quite the ring of cabinet has it .. 

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17 hours ago, webfact said:

14.19 percent said yes, saying new, competent team members would help stabilize the government.

That shows the state of the governments credibility in Thailand.

Only 14% say the government knows what it's doing.

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18 hours ago, Justgrazing said:

so is that an unsaid admissions that the previous ones were competent with an in at the front .. 

Why do they refer to it as a " cabinet " as well .. when I was a kid a cabinet was a piece of furniture kept in the front room .. or a sideboard if you were poor and didn't have a front room .. but having said that members of the sideboard hasn't quite the ring of cabinet has it .. 

The U.S. president also appoints a 'cabinet' to lead various sections of the government. In Trump's case he appoints people to dismantle those departments, such as housing, education, the environment, and he's proud of it.

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20 hours ago, webfact said:

Most people think the country has many problems especially the current economic difficulties.

They are talking like their 'economic difficulties' are part of a systemic issue with the entire government as opposed to draconian dictates issued by a handful of "leaders" that shut their economy down.  First off, be able to clearly define the facts.

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21 hours ago, webfact said:

89.29 percent wanted it to address the country’s economic problems

Yes, but that same 90% want to shoot themselves in their tourism foot by banning foreigners 

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They have sped up they are wealthy you are not job done next easy solution is ongoing 🤔

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21 hours ago, YetAnother said:

Why would a Thai government care what the people want? Doesn't seem like they have, for quite some time 

What do you expect from a bunch of soldiers who do not have the education to be able to run a country?

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5 hours ago, hotchilli said:

That shows the state of the governments credibility in Thailand.

Only 14% say the government knows what it's doing.

and that 14% are all soldiers. 😀

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