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He’s only been elected for 3 days and the sniping has already started. Thailand’s PM Prayut Chan-o-cha has told Thai media that he is ready to work with the incoming Bangkok governor Chadchart Sittipunt. But the PM says he’s curious how Chadchart will achieve the 200 policies he promoted during the election campaign. The PM said Chadchart would be “more powerful than the PM if he could accomplish all policies”. The unofficial result of the Bangkok gubernatorial election was announced on Sunday night. The independent candidate, Chadchart Sittipunt, has unofficially won the ballot with nearly 1.4 million votes, a record vote […]

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A quick scan of the list and they seem mostly unachievable without both government financial assistance and the RTP active participation eg: reducing the negative impacts of traffic and free education. Do these people have to show a budget beforehand to prove that their goals are, at least, financially achievable?

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4 minutes ago, Fanta said:

A quick scan of the list and they seem mostly unachievable without both government financial assistance and the RTP active participation eg: reducing the negative impacts of traffic and free education. Do these people have to show a budget beforehand to prove that they are their goals are, at least, financially achievable?

Give the bloke a fair go ... digging up all of Bangkok's streets to bury power lines could solve traffic and vehicle pollution in one hit!  For 100 days at least ...😎🤣

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Think Pnut is getting a little anxious.

This guy has spent 2 years planning and being proactive in the community.

Pnut cannot get the one plan going that he has mouthed off about since the coup.  CORRUPTION

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6 hours ago, Poolie said:

How has he been pro-active? 

He's well known for running around Lumphini Park every evening. 

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1 hour ago, Scribble said:

He's well known for running around Lumphini Park every evening. 

Right..............errrrr...........good...........errrrrrrrrrr........carry on. 😀

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On 5/26/2022 at 8:38 AM, Thaindrew said:

The PM had one aim, to stop corruption, did he achieve that yet?

I rather trust a snake

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