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Thailand's new Government
Thailand's new Government
Thailand's new Cabinet
Pita quits as Move Forward Party leader
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Thailand's new Government as of September 1st, 2023
On May 14th 2023, Thailand elected a new government and produced an unexpected surprise. Not the favoured Pheu Thai Party and certainly not the ex-militants sent into the race by the military junta received the most votes, but the progressive Move Forward Party (MFP) led by 42-year-old Pita Limjaroenrat.
Time USA The Man Who Upended Thailand’s Politics:
Pita Limjaroenrat galvanized voters but was blocked from taking power. What’s next for him—and the nation?
The formation of the new government took a full three months because the senators appointed by the military junta steadfastly refused to accept the winner of the election..
As the composition of the new Thai government shows, it consists exclusively of the losers of the elections and therefore does not reflect the will of the voters, but the will of the establishment, the will of the so-called "Bangkok Elite".
Breaking (September 15th, 2023):
The Nation: Pita quits as Move Forward Party leader
The clickable image to the left and on the top shows the members of the new government, the Bangkok Post report lists the names of the ministers of Thailand's new government and their affiliations to the parties involved in the government as issued in a royal order by His Majesty the King and published in the Royal Gazette of September 2nd, 2023.
The clickable image below shows the cabinet as presented on September 13th, 2023.
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