Prawit Encourages the Parliament to Slow Down and Reduce the Tension
Surprisingly, Representative Prime Minister and Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) pioneer Prawit Wongsuwon has focused on that groups and factionalism among party MPs should end as he has his sights set on getting no less than 150 House seats at the following general political race.
In view of this, Gen Prawit led a gathering of party MPs at parliament gone to by key party heavyweights. They included Industry Minister and appointee party pioneer Suriya Jungrungreangkij, Justice Minister Somsak Thepsutin, Deputy Finance Minister and party chief Santi Promphat, and boss government whip Wirach Ratanasate.
Additionally present were party secretary-general Capt Thamanat Prompow and Narumon Pinyosinwat, the party’s financier. The gathering was held after a report of interior cracks and a force shift inside the party in the wake of Capt Thamanat and Ms Narumon being sacked by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha from the bureau. Capt Thamanat was sacked as appointee farming pastor, alongside Ms Narumon, who was a representative work serve.
Their terminating came after Capt Thamanat was blamed for plotting to bring down Gen Prayut from power, by convincing a few MPs inside the PPRP and more modest alliance gatherings to cast a ballot against the PM in the no-certainty banter this month.