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The flipflop cabinet.. Last week surely no reshuffle, this week a probably reshuffle, next a cabinetreshuffle.. Thaksin has had his meeting already with candidates, although Thaksin can't be in the cabinet yet, he is still the man in charge

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Minister of Public Health is toast, he shot himself in both feet. Clueless/tone-deaf on PM.25

 

Defense Minister is toast, military is running roughshod over him.

 

Finance Minister is "challenged", so he'll remain PM, but maybe take on Defense.

 

I think Thaklsin's hands will be all over this reshuffle.

 

 

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My 3 predictions:

1)MFP will be dissolved in June/July, and sadly many of it's founding members will be exiled from politics for at least 10 years. Yes a new party will formed, and some members/MP's will cross over before the court ruling.

2) Yingluck is home by September (with an amnesty or K's pardon).

3)Sretta will resign by next April (citing fatigue) and T's daughter will slot in until the election.

 

Will be interesting to see how it all plays out. Luckily the Govt Agency I work for is not made up of political appointees and is immune from all the political shenanigans.

 

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17 minutes ago, couchpotato said:

My 3 predictions:

1)MFP will be dissolved in June/July, and sadly many of it's founding members will be exiled from politics for at least 10 years. Yes a new party will formed, and some members/MP's will cross over before the court ruling.

2) Yingluck is home by September (with an amnesty or K's pardon).

3)Sretta will resign by next April (citing fatigue) and T's daughter will slot in until the election.

 

Will be interesting to see how it all plays out. Luckily the Govt Agency I work for is not made up of political appointees and is immune from all the political shenanigans.

 

Your post script  sentence reveals a degree of naivety I think. Govt. Agencies are never immune to political whims ! If outside of influence then  eliminate  eliminate !

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14 minutes ago, 0ffshore360 said:

Your post script  sentence reveals a degree of naivety I think. Govt. Agencies are never immune to political whims ! If outside of influence then  eliminate  eliminate !

You have been a member for a few months and you're telling me about my Agency...so silly boy you are.

I have been with them since 1993...if you knew the Agency you would feel foolish about what you wrote.

Adjust your thinking pls.

 

 

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