Final Phuket candidates register for election
By The Phuket News
Fifteen Phuket candidates registered on the final day of registrations yesterday (Feb 8). Photo: PEC
PHUKET: Fifteen more candidates registered yesterday to contest the two Phuket seats available in the House of Representatives in the upcoming national election to be held on March 24, bringing the total number of candidates running for election in Phuket to 59.
Yesterday, Friday (Feb 8), was the last day for candidates to register.
The candidates who registered yesterday to contest the seat for Phuket Constituency 1, which comprises Mueang District, including Rassada, but excluding Koh Kaew and Rawai, were:
Sumet Phetawut, Prachathamthai Party – ballot number 22
Thaweecha Koopsongkhun, Pharanghasakorn Party – ballot number 23
Phawatchai Phisetsin, Phalangsattha Party – ballot number 24
Miss Thanida Akaphan, Setthakitmai Party – ballot number 25
Preecha Yutkhunthorn, Pharadonphap Party – ballot number 26
Sanea Phetsut, Phungluang Party – ballot number 27
Kritsada Muangsuwan, Thairaktham Party – ballot number 28
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