Thai PM fears MFP rallies may trigger political faction conflict

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is facing rising apprehensions relating to the rallies being held by supporters of the Move Forward Party (MFP) as Thailand’s politics are tumultuous as always. According to info relayed by Prime Minister’s Office Minister Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana, the Prime Minister’s concern stems from fears that these rallies may rekindle battle among diversified political factions in the nation.
On a related note, Thanakorn, who is also the deputy chief of the United Thai Nation (UTN) Party, expressed his wish for the MFP to counsel its supporters to abide by the legislation appropriately. Straightforward come in response to MFP supporters’ discontentment, primarily precipitated by their displeasure towards a significant variety of junta-appointed senators who forged their vote against the party’s selection for prime minister, Pita Limjaroenrat.
Thanakorn further established that the UTN would chorus from voting for any prime ministerial candidate from any celebration as long as they have the MFP as a coalition associate. This choice is made primarily because of the MFP’s insistence on altering Section 112 of the Criminal Code, often identified as the lese majeste legislation.
When probed about whether Pheu Thai had approached UTN with a proposition to type a government together, Thanakorn claimed ignorance, explaining that such matters are primarily handled by the get together chief and the secretary-general.
Despite the looming issues, Thanakorn expressed optimism in his get together and Pheu Thai’s capacity to collaborate, stating that now may be the time for all sides to hitch hands to help the nation transfer forward.
“I don’t see any drawback for the 2 events to work collectively so long as we adhere mainly to the country’s pursuits.”

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