More than a dozen red-shirt leaders and House No. 111 politicians, some of whom had slipped from ministerial posts in the recent cabinet reshuffle, secured key government positions at yesterday's cabinet approval meeting.
The meeting confirmed the appointment of 16 political officials to government support and advisory roles, deputy spokesman Pakdihan Himathongkam said.
Hardline red-shirt leader Suporn Attawong was appointed deputy secretary of the prime minister, while fellow red shirt Charan Ditthapichai became adviser to Deputy Premier Kittiratt Na-Ranong.
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