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Abhisit Doubts Prayut Could Efficiently Run The Country At All


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4 hours ago, webfact said:

ABHISIT Vejjajiva questioned Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s ability to run the country at all

One must say, that the guy might have a point.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

FORMER PREMIER ABHISIT Vejjajiva questioned Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s ability to run the country

Ironic, considering it was Suthep Thaugsuban that was running things when he was PM. 

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1 hour ago, Heng said:

Poor Mark.   Still patiently waiting for his turn to come back around after all these years. 

More the attention than anything else.

 

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Abhisit would be one of the ways out of this mess yet cannot get the backing of all those upcountry grannies and uneducated uncles. 

It is yet to be seen what happens next as Thaksins path blazing politics of OTOP, the 30 Baht health cost coverage etc. - some 20 years ago - are considered the normality these days. Hence he will be running out of steam which leaves some hope for younger newcomers. Abhisit could play an instrumental role in such a constellation; maybe not as PM but in an advisory board ..... he is definitely one of the better guys 😉 

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2 hours ago, ezzra said:

Question, when was the last time Thailand was managed and ran properly for EVERYONE satisfaction? any one?...

According to some sources: Anand Panyarachun 1991-92 (a total 514 days as PM).

He was an unelected royalist but a liberal. But he wouldn't fit PM Prayut's ideology: "Thainess, I don't like the term - it's a myth."

ref. Biography of Anand Panyarachun.

 

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5 hours ago, Mr Meeseeks said:

Ironic, considering it was Suthep Thaugsuban that was running things when he was PM. 

Even more ironic, considering it was Abhisit who appointed Prayut as army chief (and made sure there would be no elections before the nomination date, at any cost).

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The unelected PM is an ex soldier with a Military Academy education, so he probably has an IQ similar to the majority of the Thai people. He is only a PM because he is protected by his Junta. That alone should tell you about his ability to run the country.

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7 hours ago, robertson468 said:

Not quite.  Thailand is a complete Autocracy with a Prime Minister who thinks all he has to do is issue orders and that everyone should obey.  I think he will find out different on the next election and that the Country will finally be able to move towards a true democracy.

Can anyone really imagine this country ever being a true democracy?

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6 minutes ago, possum1931 said:

Can anyone really imagine this country ever being a true democracy?

'A true democracy '? There are none really  but we need a place that is more democratic  than now with less injustice,  less poverty etc.

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