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Pheu Thai asks British govt to probe Abhisit's nationality

BANGKOK, 7 March 2011 (NNT) – The opposition Pheu Thai Party has asked the British government to investigate if Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has ever used any rights as a British citizen or not.

The request was contained in a letter submitted to British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday by Pheu Thai Party Spokesperson Prompong Nopparit via the British embassy in Bangkok. Speaking upon his submission of the letter, Mr Prompong said his move was to find out whether Prime Minister Abhisit was trying to conceal his dual citizenship in order to protect his Thai premiership.

According to the letter, the British government is requested to answer if Prime Minister Abhisit has ever entered the UK without a visa, if the PM has ever claimed British nationality for studies at Eton College and at Oxford University, and if he had ever used any rights as a British citizen.

Mr Prompong stated that he decided to ask for clarifications since the prime minister mentioned in Parliament that he had never used any rights as a British citizen; however, the claim contradicted to the information he has that the prime minister used to take advantage as a British citizen for his studies.

The spokesperson voiced his concerns that the prime minister might lie to the public, and he might have some hidden benefits for holding the British citizenship. He said the prime minister might set a bad example for others.

Mr Prompong noted that usually an embassy official would come out to accept public petitions, but in his submission of the letter today, it was a security guard to take the issue. He was afraid that embassy officials might be lobbied, and that Pheu Thai’s petition might be submitted in vain.

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Mr Prompong noted that usually an embassy official would come out to accept public petitions, but in his submission of the letter today, it was a security guard to take the issue. He was afraid that embassy officials might be lobbied, and that Pheu Thai's petition might be submitted in vain.

May be the Embassy doesn't see the submission by PTP spokesman Prompong as a 'public' petition, more like national politics they should stay far away from.

Rumour has it k. Prompong will go to Newcastle himself to investigate if the British Embassy doesn't co-operate. Would be good for a new comedy series on television "Prompong, P.I" :)

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Mr Prompong noted that usually an embassy official would come out to accept public petitions, but in his submission of the letter today, it was a security guard to take the issue. He was afraid that embassy officials might be lobbied, and that Pheu Thai's petition might be submitted in vain.

May be the Embassy doesn't see the submission by PTP spokesman Prompong as a 'public' petition, more like national politics they should stay far away from.

Rumour has it k. Prompong will go to Newcastle himself to investigate if the British Embassy doesn't co-operate. Would be good for a new comedy series on television "Prompong, P.I" :)

That's if he c gets a visa. :lol:

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The spokesperson voiced his concerns that the prime minister might lie to the public, and he might have some hidden benefits for holding the British citizenship. He said the prime minister might set a bad example for others.

Would it not be true to say that the 3 previous PM's have lied?

If so then they have set a very bad example for certain PTP polys particularly, but not exclusivly, one with the initial J.

This non event has long since run its course, but they dont seem to be able to work that out.

Not being able to find anything much else to attack the PM with must be very frustrating for PTP and their big boss.

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It's simply unbelievable how much of amateurism, for the political fight, is in the lines of PTP!

Shooting blanks all the time.

Why not simply to make demand, to ask in Parliament for the information and copy of citizenship of PM? Easiest way.

In the other hand why PM don't cut all this by giving in press-conference such information with proof so to shut the mouth to PTP and same time to defeat them in public and make them as liars. What reason he has to don't do it so to cut it all?

With this amateurism in opposition, dems could rule next 3 life(i hope not)

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hahahaha.... a security guard took Prompong's petition... :D

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Prompong to guard: "Wake up!... I have important business with the Ambassador"

This is the same British Embassy in Bangkok that they hurled abuse at and burned effigies of the British Prime Minister at when their Party Financier had his British visa canked.

som nom na.....

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'Ms. PromPong'

just does not know his place....

fortunately for him.... if he were to petition to the Chinese....

he would more likely be spitted on unceremoniously by the red guards....

A misfit scum is a scum is a scum.... :blink:

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He said the prime minister might set a bad example for others.

that's pretty rich coming from a red revolutionary on the payroll of a traitor.............

Yep, I'm with PTP on this no doubt - All foreigners are a bad example. I mean look at Thaksin a fine upstanding man who is 100% Thai who would never dream of ......oh hang on that's not right......<deleted>!!

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What reason he has to don't do it so to cut it all?

Simple. All the time the opposition are flapping around like headless chickens with this pathetic load of nonsense, their purile censure debates and childish writs he just quietly gets on with ensuring he does get re-elected.

Honestly, the opposition are an insult to the people they purport to represent, they should be rounded up and charged with taking money under false pretenses.

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