PM Prayut says he will handle the Opposition’s debate himself

PM says he will handle the Opposition’s debate himself

 

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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today (Tuesday) that he is not worried about the Opposition’s debate against him over the incomplete oath recital issue as he reiterated his innocent intention.

 

“Why worry?” he said when responding to a reporter’s question about the debate against him scheduled for September 18, adding however, that he did it himself and, therefore, had to take responsibility for it.

 

The Prime Minister said that he believed there are many MPs in parliament who know what is good or bad for the country and there are many good MPs in parliament but, in the end, he said that it was Thai society that will judge the MPs in the parliament.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/pm-says-he-will-handle-the-oppositions-debate-himself/

 

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