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Thailand’s ruling Palang Pracharath Party ousted the notorious Thai politician who was convicted conspiring to import heroin in Australia, MP Thammanat Prompao, after he urged voters in a Songkhla election to vote for someone “from a family with pedigree and wealth,” a statement his opponents in the party considered divisive. His statement was simply the latest scandal in Thammanat’s chaotic career history. Thai PBS detailed the MP’s controversial trajectory in politics today, starting with him first being elected as an MP, until this most recent scuffle. The 56 year old began his political career in 1999 when he joined Thai […]

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1 hour ago, Thaiger said:

Palang Pracharat both both bi-elections in the south to the Democrats.

Grammar police here again:
I think someone needs to check what they've written.
Looking at the Thai PBS source, they won both by-elections.
Unless of course bi-elections are a new woke event based on sexual preferences?

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To use an expression that many Australians of my age would clearly remember..."A soufflé never rises twice" 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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He's not going anywhere. Too deeply vested into the club. 

Actions of this manner are placed as a manipulated distraction. 

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the politician with many names has becoming the outcast of the current government,employed by the pm as the fixer,lied in parliament to fellow mps of not being that person convicted in Australia (yet they dont recognised international law) has the audacity to claim defamation, that never transpired ?  Cleared by 9 constitution judges of being fit and proper to serve in the murky world of politics, hath no boundaries

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