The Unfinished Term of Prayut in Thailand Receives More Criticism
The resistance has gone under analysis for purportedly attempting to confound a condition in the constitution to put an untimely finish to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s term in office. Thippanan Sirichana, a previous delegate representative for the Palang Pracharath Party who is currently connected to the Prime Minister’s Secretariat Office, yesterday blamed the resistance for raising the subject for discussion to spread the executive’s picture.
In view of this, She said the resistance was anxious about the possibility that that Gen Prayut would be named as executive and lead the country briefly term. Ms Thippanan proceeded to pummel resistance MPs’ “confusion” of Section 158 of the constitution, saying they mistakenly asserted that Gen Prayut just has not exactly a year to serve in office.