Smaller parties, except Thai Civilized, still with the government – Thammanat

Smaller parties, except Thai Civilized, still with the government – Thammanat

 

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All 13 smaller parties in the coalition government, with the exception of the Thai Civilized Party, are still with the government, said Deputy Agriculture Minister Thammanat Prompao today (Tuesday).

 

Thammanat, Palang Pracharat party’s strategic chief for the northern region, said that, of all the smaller coalition parties, the Prachachon Patiroop, the Rak Puenpa Prathet Thai, and Palang Thongthin Thai parties do not pose any problem for the government.

 

The ten others are due to meet this afternoon, reportedly to discuss their possible defection from the government camp to become an independent opposition bloc, said Thammanat, however, adding that he was confident that nine of them are still with the government.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/smaller-parties-except-thai-civilized-still-with-the-government-thammanat/

 

 

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