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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has appealed to members of coalition parties to bury the hatchet now that Sunday’s by-elections in Songkhla and Chumphon provinces are over, said Government Spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana today (Tuesday).

 

Thanakorn did not name any specific government parties, but the comment is understood to have been aimed at the Palang Pracharat and Democrat parties, which engaged in a fierce war of words during by-election campaigning.

 

The spokesman said that, at the cabinet meeting today, the prime minister congratulated the Democrat party for its by-election wins, while urging all coalition parties to work together in the public interest and avoid unnecessary friction.

 

Full Story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/thai-pm-urges-coalition-parties-to-bury-the-hatchet-now-by-elections-are-over/

 

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14 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

work together in the public interest and avoid unnecessary friction.

he should start with his own party, actions speak louder then words, show them the way, step aside and let them chose who the people want and in case you didn't know, that's public interest

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I suppose rusty hatchets are better than unexploded ordnance.

LOS : The Hub of Buried Hatchets.

Could even become a tourist attraction.

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has appealed to members of coalition parties to bury the hatchet now that Sunday’s by-elections in Songkhla and Chumphon provinces are over, said Government Spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana today (Tuesday).

Is he inciting violence?

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the PPP is disintegrating, with pravit-prayuth open war since the last censure debate.

They lost this by-elecion, even they have send the flower minister thammanat with all possible cash to oversee it and prepare strategy (bribing network) for the general election. 

possible thammanat is in a limbo and he didn't put much effort into his task. Possible "campaigning" at his own province for re-election.

the democrat are not sure about the future coalition (not likely to be included, if deal between prawit and taksin will go ahead), so they don't have to play game and just carry on with their rhetoric 

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