A speech made by Chaturon Chaisang at the Nonthaburi Municipality Market has been reported on. Chaisang, former Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Pheu Thai Party, spoke about Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha’s record-breaking number of government inspections and lack of problem-solving, as well as his intention to dissolve parliament as quickly as possible. Chaisang believes this is because the current rules don’t allow MPs to move to a different party and still become prime minister, but this would change if the parliament were dissolved. If the time left before the deadline is less than 30 days, Chaisang believes Gen. Prayut may regret dissolving parliament because it would allow MPs to switch parties, reducing his own support.
Chaturon insists Prayuth’s fortunes do not fall, but the next 7 days may sit and cry.
At 4:30 p.m., March 22, at the Nonthaburi Municipality Market, Pheu Thai Party (Public Organization), led by Dr. Chonnan Srikaew, MP for Nan and party leader, Mr. Srettha Thavisin, chairman. Consulted with the head of the Pheu Thai family, Mr. Panthongtae Shinawatra, the elder brother of Ms. Paethongtarn Shinawatra, the head of the Pheu Thai family, along with MPs from Nonthaburi and candidates for MPs from Nonthaburi in all 8 districts to meet and Inquire about the problems of the vendors at the Nonthaburi municipal fresh market.
Then, at 5:30 p.m., the PAD party held a big speech at Thanam Non Market Square. with the people of the Red Shirt group coming to listen to the speech in full And some have rented boats to listen to speeches beside the stage along the Chao Phraya River.
In one episode, Mr. Chaturon Chaisang, former Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Pheu Thai Party said on stage Whenever he came to give a speech in Nonthaburi, the people were always so crowded that there was no place to stand. The news department reported that Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha knew that there were a lot of people coming. Originally, I thought that in 1-2 weeks I would come to Non as well. Therefore, I thought that if I came, there would be only one group of people. therefore abandoned the plan
“Brothers and sisters, Gen. Prayut Breaking many records, for sure, is the prime minister who has inspected the government before leaving the position the most since the prime minister has arrived. In addition, the inspection has not solved any problems. Because he intended to campaign for people to join the party and asked why the parliament had to be dissolved, Wissanu Krea-ngam wrote to say that he wanted to get out of office faster. Will get the election faster. When asked how many days, the answer is 2 days, not reasonable. people are going to sing
The real reason is that if the parliament is not dissolved, MPs cannot move the party. Calculated and expected that 25 MPs are not yet able to become prime minister, but if the parliament is dissolved, the rules will change. Apply for a party membership for 30 days. You can apply for elections, that is, you can change parties. Wait and see. Another 7-8 days will expire. If after that there are less than 30 days left, another 7-8 days, General Prayut may sit and cry Said that it was wrong to dissolve the parliament. because people can move the party therefore moving away from the Ruam Thai Sang Chart, ”said Chaturon.
Mr. Chaturon went on to say that Gen. Prayuth is not a fortune teller. But the popularity rating fell. Trust is gone People no longer take
“He doesn’t want to be prime minister anymore. This election is not just about politics. It’s not about Pheu Thai whether it’s a land slide or not a land slide only. But it is about the lives of all Nonthaburi people,” Mr. Chaturon said.
In conclusion, the political atmosphere in Thailand remains tense as the countdown to the election approaches. The Pheu Thai Party, led by Dr. Chonnan Srikaew and Mr. Srettha Thavisin, is actively engaging with vendors at the Nonthaburi municipal fresh market, while the PAD party is holding rallies across the country. Former Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Pheu Thai Party, Mr. Chaturon Chaisang, claims that if the parliament is not dissolved, General Prayut Chan-o-cha’s fortunes may fall in the next seven days, leading him to sit and cry. However, he also notes that the upcoming election is not just about politics but the lives of all Nonthaburi people. Only time will tell how the political situation in Thailand will unfold, and we will continue to keep our readers informed.