“Gen. Prawit” to ask the news release.

"Gen. Prawit" insists on relinquishing his political hand or dissolving the PPP to merge with Pheu Thai. Toss to ask the broadcaster.

General Prawit Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister As the leader of the Pracharat Palang Pracharat Party (PACC), gave an interview about the news that he hadn't considered putting his hands on politics. You have to ask the person who analyzes it. have to go ask him “Where am I going?”

When asked to reiterate whether there was an idea to step back or to retire from politics, Gen. Prawit said where would he go? I haven't thought about it yet. As for whether he will continue to be the leader of the Palang Pracharat Party or not, yes or no.

When asked repeatedly whether he would not resign or not, General Prawit replied emotionally and gritted his teeth and replied, “Oh my gosh, ask again.”

As for the news flow, the Palang Pracharat Party will merge with the Pheu Thai Party to form a government, Gen. Prawit said he had to ask the person he thought. he thought and said He hasn't said anything yet. I haven't thought of anything yet, just really.

When asked if this news was an interdiction of the Palang Pracharat Party from joining the government or not, Gen. Prawit said he didn't know, had to ask him. and do not know what the purpose of his speech

General Prawit mentioned the content of the MOU to set up a government of 8 political parties yesterday (May 22) that he had seen it but was not related to him. Regarding the amendment of Section 112, it has nothing to do with him, you have to ask him. You have to go ask the party joining him.-Thai News Agency

Source: Thai News Agency


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