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open the depths Meow has surgery for Thai ‘Sompong’ to help push ‘Chonnan’ to sit as party leader.

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Pheu Thai has restructured the party in a big way. hope to support the campaign ‘Tomorrow for Thailand for the new life of the people’ pushing ‘Dr. Cholanan Srikaew’ to sit as party leader hoping to attract new generations of votes while the party secretary is still ‘Prasert Chantaruangthong’

27 Oct. 2021 – There is a news report from the Pheu Thai Party that the restructuring of the party’s executive committee is to make the party fit the campaign “Tomorrow for Thailand for the new life of the people” by having a person suitable for the party’s strategy in the pre-election period. Then there are experienced people to support.

News reports indicate that it is likely that Mr. Sompong Amornwiwat, the leader of the Pheu Thai Party will announce his resignation after the completion of the structure under the new strategy In order to pass on bringing the party to the right person to drive in the period before the next election.

For those who will perform such duties is Dr. Cholanan Srikaew, deputy party leader. Because of its outstanding role in the council He is also considered an experienced politician and able to communicate with the new generation. As can be seen from the past, Dr. Chonnan often talks and exchanges opinions in the clubhouse application. The Pheu Thai Party will use this highlight to compete for the new generation’s voice base.

However, it is clear that the party leader will not be the prime minister’s candidate in the next election as the candidates still need to be discussed in the final corner before the elections. As for the party executive committee, it avoids those who have roles in overseeing the electoral district to prevent complaints about the dissolution of the party. for party secretary Still Mr. Prasert Chantaruangthong because his past performance is accepted by the leaders and MPs of the Pheu Thai Party.

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