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THE PHEU THAI PLANS TO quietly press the Prachachart to return the post of House Speaker to the largest ruling party soon after the first round of cabinet reshuffle has been done, a partisan source said today (Apr 18).

 

Given the fact that the Pheu Thai remains as core of the current coalition government with 141 MPs on their side, the Prachachart with only nine MPs led by Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong is sooner than later bound to return the highest seat in the legislative branch to the Pheu Thai, according to the partisan source who only spoke on condition of anonymity.

 

The Prachachart-attached House Speaker Wan Muhamad Nor Matha was not available to comment while Tawee denied he had been pressed by the ruling Pheu Thai, albeit in behind-the-scenes fashion, over that matter.

 

By Thai Newsroom Reporters

TOP: House Speaker Wan Muhamad Nor Matha. Photo: Thai Rath

 

Full story: THAI NEWSROOM 2024-04-19

 

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What utter nonsense. Pork Pie aren't even the majority party, and there's nothing to say the speaker should come from largest party. He's been a disaster so far so the quicker they get rid of him the better. He should have resigned over refusing the second PM ballot last year. Got it all wrong.

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