Thanathorn registers Future Forward Party (FFP) with EC

Thanathorn registers Future Forward Party (FFP) with EC

By Thai PBS

 

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Thanathorn Jungrungreangkit on Thursday (June 21) submitted a request with the Election Commission to officially register the Future Forward Party (FFP), of which he has been named acting party leader.

 

He was accompanied by Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, the party’s acting secretary-general. Mr Thanathorn and Mr Piyabutr were voted by party members to take the posts of party leader and secretary-general at the party’s first public meeting at Thammasat University’s Rangsit campus. Their party posts have not yet been official, pending the completion of the party’s registration.

 

The FFP registration request was accompanied by the list of 670 party members and the party’s initial registration fund of 1,082,679 baht. Mr Piyabutr said he was confident the party had filed all the documents required. 

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/thanathorn-registers-future-forward-party-ffp-ec/

 
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