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Sacked Pheu Thai MP for Pathum Thani province, Pornpimon Thammasarn, and a former Pheu Thai MP for Ubon Ratchathani province, Sombat Rattano, officially applied to join the Bhumjaithai party, the second biggest party in the government coalition, today (Tuesday).

 

The two were welcomed by Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, the leader of Bhumjaithai, and Supachai Jaismut, the party’s registrar.

 

Pornpimon told the media today that she had decided to join the party a while ago, because she has not participated in the political activities of the Pheu Thai party for quite some time.

 

Full Story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/sacked-pheu-thai-mp-fellow-ex-party-member-join-bhumjaithai-party/

 

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Hypocrisy of the highest level in most parts of the world that would be commented upon here it's just another example of all that's wrong with Thailand and why change is still a million lies away

 

Until Thai's in power are held accountable for their actions, lies, ineptitude, corruption, nepotism and plain good old fashioned fukwittery absolutely nothing is ever going to change...

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5 minutes ago, zzaa09 said:

No difference. They all belong to the same club.

Same same but  different?

 

1 minute ago, mark131v said:

True that, money first, second and last!

 

Zero morals, zero honour, zero will to make the place better or advance the country or their people

 

Perfect examples of the vast amount of Thai politicians and why things need to change...

So a genuine global politician?

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they go where the money is simple as that - the huge budgets approved that have gone into a black hole, billions and billions of baht .................we need a foreign financial criminal investigator to go in there and expose this blatant theft of public funds - it really is a disgrace and is on a shocking scale - I look at abject poverty in this country and their false demacracy were the people have no say in who runs the country no matter how many elections they have, how on earth they accept this is beyond me...............I think they are learning, it's not hard to spot - from PM (unelected) to his cabinet (unelected) ..................Thailand wake up, if they wanted a Buffallo as PM it could happen - that is how corrupt and stupid it is

 

If the UK PM doesn't win his seat he is gone...............if any MP doesn't win their seat they are gone - that is demacracy 

 

rant over 

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28 minutes ago, Willy Wombat said:

Just like the fellows in the RTP.

Thai politicians ask, ‘ what’s in it for them?’

They could always do the right thing and serve the people. 

Though, that might be asking too much for any politician the world over.

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59 minutes ago, zzaa09 said:

They could always do the right thing and serve the people. 

Though, that might be asking too much for any politician the world over.

Very true. But they don’t even try to hide their selfishness in Thailand 

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11 hours ago, worgeordie said:

Thai politics is the same as musical chairs , they move to the

party that is offering the most, 

regards worgeordie

In this case, they were sacked for defying the party's whip not voting against Prayut in parliament. Seem their decision to join BJT had been politically arranged long ago. Traitors tend to congregate. 

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12 minutes ago, Eric Loh said:

In this case, they were sacked for defying the party's whip not voting against Prayut in parliament. Seem their decision to join BJT had been politically arranged long ago. Traitors tend to congregate. 

Better bet that they turned coat as they know they'll be apart of the ruling side - presently and the foreseeable future. 

Nothing is going to shift dramatically and they're probably looking to get on the gravy train.

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19 minutes ago, zzaa09 said:

Better bet that they turned coat as they know they'll be apart of the ruling side - presently and the foreseeable future. 

Nothing is going to shift dramatically and they're probably looking to get on the gravy train.

The gravy train seem shaky. Lots of big problems to navigate to stay intact for the next election. Prawit is mulling a shakeup of the executive board which some party leaders heard nothing of it while Prayut held a meeting with top party leaders without Prawit attending. Then we have Prayut's legitmacy for another term being challenged and the constitution regarding senators participation in deciding the Prime Minister in jeopardy of being reformed. Will see if these 2 turncoats get their duly rewards after the election.

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if they took money from prayuth at his office inside parliament (as alleged by opposition and being investigated by the house speaker), so they turn out to be double cobras.

since then they have realised that PPP is braking apart, prayuth's chance for reelection (even for the next censure) are slim

 

 

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