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‘Going far’ disappointed, the council disagrees to postpone the urgent motion of the royal procession, reveals respect to the opposition, abstain from voting

‘Going far’ disappointed, the council disagrees to postpone the urgent motion of the royal procession, reveals respect to the opposition, abstain from voting pointed to the resolution of each party

At 12:30 p.m. on December 1, at the National Assembly, Natcha Boonchai Insawad, MP for Bangkok, Ms. Suttawan Suban Na Ayudhya, MP for Nakhon Pathom, spokesman for the Kao Klai Party (Kor Kor) and Ms. Wanwaree Talomsin, a member of the Bangkok Election Commission of Thailand, made a statement after a meeting of the House of Representatives. The resolution was against the postponement of the motion for the royal procession, saying that the Progressive Party was deeply saddened that the council did not see the importance of an urgent motion on the procession. As the Progressive Party has filed in this matter since October 27, 2020, we want to bring the truth out and want the House of Representatives to do their best to honor the representatives of the people. Because there are people and police officers who have suffered from cases arising from such cases. The people were prosecuted under Section 110, which carries the death penalty. But today, only 45 people voted in favor. which the Progressive Party insists that it will continue to find the truth and confirmed that this motion is still an urgent matter that we must fight for consideration in the committee. We hope the council is a safe place to investigate and find the truth. As for the case of the opposition party abstaining from voting Previously there had been a meeting in the opposition whip. and the Progressive Party has already informed this. Voting is a resolution of each party. We respect the decision of the opposition coalition party.

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