Army chief claims opponents of election delay bent on creating troubles

Army chief claims opponents of election delay bent on creating troubles 

 

 

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Army Commander-in-Chief General Apirat Kongsompong today accused those campaigning against an election delay of having a “one-track mind” and bent on creating troubles.

 

“They are being told to think this way, ordered to behave this way – thinking in one single mode without taking into consideration other factors which are reasonable and without looking at the Constitution,” said the army chief.

 

He admitted that he is at a loss as how to reason with these activists whom he accused of having the tendency to cause disturbances.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/army-chief-claims-opponents-of-election-delay-bent-on-creating-troubles/

 

 
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