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Stepping down before Dec 2 court verdict may be the most graceful exit for Prayut, reckons Pheu Thai


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the most graceful exit for _____, reckons Pheu Thai   PT are obviously the expert for graceful exits.  Thaksin: going on an trip out of the country and he never returned to go to jail

their “significant contributions to the country’s well-being”.   Were they having a laugh ? They should be living in tents, if their contributions to the country's well being was the de

Give it a rest all this but, but, but is really boring!!   The behaviour of a person illegally removed from power is ancient history the behaviour of the leeches who carried that illegal dep

25 minutes ago, webfact said:

“This has caused people to lose faith in justice and government systems, stemming from one person’s greed for power.”

One persons greed for power?? I feel that is a gross underestimate, considering those who have been appointed to other positions of power.

 

Is he paying rent on the army accommodation? If so how much, and what does the residence consist of?

 

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5 minutes ago, mark131v said:

 

Give it a rest all this but, but, but is really boring!!

 

The behaviour of a person illegally removed from power is ancient history the behaviour of the leeches who carried that illegal deposition is today's news, do try to keep up....

If you would keep up with the news then you would know that Thaksin's red mod is active again. They try to protest together with the students to demand what they call democracy.

Unfortunately history tends to repeat itself. We really don't need another 2010 disaster. 

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3 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

For all the people here who criticize Prayut: Please list all the previous Thai PMs who were so much better than him.

 

I agree that Prayut is far away from perfect but he is no exception. And personally I think many previous PMs were worse than him.

 

If people want a decent PM and decent and honest politicians then they should vote for them. Unfortunately many Thais, especially up country, vote for well known corrupt politicians or in case they were banned people vote for the children of those corrupt politicians. And then they are surprised when they end up with corrupt governments. Yeah, what a surprise...

 

More but, but, but...

 

Boring, irrelevant, distraction and off topic...

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

“However, if Prayut decides to step down before December 2 as demanded by pro-democracy protesters, then it would be the most graceful exit for him,” she said.

Graceful? Rumour is that he won't even be at the hearing.

 

 

 

 

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However, he exempted Prayut and Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan, both retired Army generals, because of their “significant contributions to the country’s well-being

 

Especially good for Prawit because it has an ensuite and powerful bum gun 🤔

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1 minute ago, mark131v said:

 

I think what he really means is a significant contribution to his bank balance...

I always wonder, just who is it they are trying to fool, is ANYONE that stupid???

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

“The verdict will show just how independent and impartial the court actually is.

. independent and impartial court in Thailand ? these 2 words together? let's use #1 for independent in Thailand = non existent now lets use #2 impartial= please refer to #1 ....555 nothing will happen,  it's the old same same but no different

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44 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

Graceful? Rumour is that he won't even be at the hearing.

 

 

 

 

Hopefully it is because he has fled during hours of darkness and left the country, like the last soon to be convicted PM did.

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1 minute ago, ThailandRyan said:

Hopefully it is because he has fled during hours of darkness and left the country, like the last soon to be convicted PM did.

I doubt it, he has the military in cahoots!

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