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Move Forward wants political, not legal, impact from its amnesty push


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On the surface, it’s a blatant show of apparently-backpedaling defiance at most. Beneath it, the opposition Move Forward Party wants its amnesty bill to look that way so that the ruling Pheu Thai Party could pay a huge price.

 

Talk about aiming high but shooting low. Apart from putting Pheu Thai in an awkward situation, Move Forward can also hope to keep the conservatives highly uncomfortable.

 

Move Forward does not expect the whole content to sail through Parliament, an arena the party knows too well it can never win at currently. It wants to make a statement outside it, at the electoral expense of Pheu Thai the next time the country goes to the polls.

 

Full story: Thai PBS 2023-12-04

 

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13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Talk about aiming high but shooting low. Apart from putting Pheu Thai in an awkward situation, Move Forward can also hope to keep the conservatives highly uncomfortable.

That's their main function....

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