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In a heated budget debate, the Move Forward Party (MFP) claims a significant victory in its relentless scrutiny of the 2025 budget. Party leaders assure the public that their meticulous examination has met expectations, confident that their efforts won’t disappoint.

 

Natthapong Rueangpanyawut, a party-list MP from MFP, highlighted a pressing issue during the debate: the need for fundamental budgetary reform.

 

“Without overhauling the budget process, any government risks perpetuating the status quo in allocations.”

 

Natthapong’s concerns echoed through the chamber as Sirikanya Tansakul, MFP Deputy Leader, criticised the government’s narrow focus on the digital wallet policy, overshadowing the other 141 policies presented to Parliament.

 

Reflecting on the opposition’s performance, Natthapong expressed satisfaction.

 

“Many of our MPs have delivered substantial content.”

 

He revealed that Pita Limjaroenrat, a key party-list MP and chief advisor to the MFP leader, will cap off the discussions on the 2025 budget bill. Meanwhile, Parit Wacharasindhu will address educational issues today, and Wiroj Lakkhanaadisorn will tackle security concerns. Natthapong encouraged the public to stay tuned for the remaining two days of intense debates.

 

Emphasising the party’s commitment to factual and informed discussions, Natthapong urged the government to focus on the substantive content rather than getting sidetracked by political discourse or satire, reported Pattaya Mail.

 

“While our debates are spirited, the primary focus remains on the facts. The government should heed these discussions to enhance their processes.”

 

By Puntid Tantivangphaisal

Photo courtesy of Pattaya Mail

 

Source: The Thaiger 2024-06-21

 

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