As soon as “Big Tu”, Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-ocha, urgently discusses 6 ministers who are strong in the power of Pracharath, “Big Pom”, Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, the leader of the Palang Pracharat Party, “things are up” that are “cited name” to do a “party poll”
Signs of major changes – important (again) 6 Pracharat power ministers, consisting of Suchart Chomklin-Chaiyawut Thanakmanuson, Suriya Jungrungruangkit-Somsak Thepsutin-Anucha Nakasai and Supattanapong Punmeechaow
Afternoon-evening, news forecast-prediction “secret agenda” on the Thai Khu Fah building Between Gen. Prayut and 6 ministers on a direct line to various places spread throughout the Government House – social news feeds Both the restructuring of the Cabinet (Cabinet)
Dealing with important laws that “queued” to the council – as soon as the general assembly was opened on November 1, 2021, including the “problem poll” of “Captain Thammanat Phromphao”, the secretary-general of the Palang Party. civil state
The next morning news, 26 party executive committees (BAC) submitted their resignation letter “more than half” to open the way to “wash the cards” of the old BAAC and elect a “new BAAC” targeting “dictatorship. Battle” Capt. Thammanat resigned from the secretary-general chair – released from the party fanfare
Throughout the day in the Forest Conservation Foundation in 5 provinces, it was “dusty”, with both MPs and Party Election Commission meetings with Gen. Prawit to “write the resignation letter”.
A high-ranking source for the Pracharat Party revealed that at the moment there has been no change in the party’s ruling party, everything remains the same. There is no resignation letter. Who sent it?
However, there will be a meeting of the executive committee of the party with General Prawit Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister. The leader of the Palang Pracharat Party is the chairman on October 28 at the Palang Pracharat Party office, 5th floor, opposite the Criminal Court Ratchada.
While “Captain Thammanat” continues to hide – hide the body, tucked “fire cards” in his pocket until the signature of the “resignation card” has reached 14 cards – more than half to confirm. “The final answer” of Gen. Prawit
For the current executive committee of the Pracharath Party, 26 people, consisting of 1. Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, the party’s leader, 2) Capt. Thammanat Phromphao, the party’s secretary, and 3. Mrs. Narumon Pinyosinwat, the party’s treasurer 4. Mr. Boonsing Warinrak, Party Member Registrar
5. Mr. Santi Prompat, deputy party leader and party director 6. Mr. Wirat Ratanaset, deputy party leader 7. Mr. Suriya Juangroongruangkit Deputy party leader 8. Mr. Paiboon Nititawan, deputy party leader 9. Mr. Somsak Thepsutin, BBH 10. Mr. Anucha Nakasai, BBH
11.Mr. Sorawut Nuengchamnong, BAHT. 12.Mr. Supon Fongngam, BAHT. 13.Mr. Nirot Soonthorn, Secretary, BAHT. 14.Mr. Phai Lik, BAHT. 15. Mr. Samphan Mayuso, BAHT. 16. Mrs. Prapaporn Asawahem, BAHT. 17. Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, BAHT. 18. Mr. Ittithi Khunpluem, BAHT. 19 Mr. Suchart Chomklin, bureaucracy, 20. Mr. Yongyuth Suwannabut, bureaucracy
21. Mr. Suchart Usha, BAAC 22. Mr. Rong Boonsuaykwan, BAAC 23. Mr. Chakphan Phonnimit, BAAC 24. Mr. Surasit 25. Mr. Atakorn Sirilatthayakon, CGK and 26. Mr. Somkiat Vonpian, CG.
If “Captain Thammanat” leaves the party secretary-general chair move of “Gen. Prayut” hopes to collect the whole board – 3 continue by becoming Prime Minister full term and then continued with the Prime Minister’s candidacy The only one of the Pracharat Party lead the army into the field for the next election
Way 1 has led a thorn out of the Government House. Not to compete in prestige – measure footprints Every time you go to the area to inspect government officials in other provinces
The second way is to throw the spear beside the carriage out of the council. not to turn the tip of the spear back and stab Every time there was a vote on the important law – no-confidence debate.
3rd way: slide to the list of prime ministers On behalf of the People’s Democratic Party Sole – unmatched
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