The Democrat Party has spent years in opposition and has recently come up with plans for reform, with the aim of becoming more electable. But the party's deputy leader, Alongkorn Ponlaboot, has come under criticism for causing divisions within the party after proposing a series of reforms. He explained the issues in an interview with the radio news talk show INSIDE THAILAND yesterday.
Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva, left, deputy leader Alongkorn Ponlaboot, centre, and party executives talk after holding a press conference on plans to revamp the party in anticipation of a snap election.
Is the Democrat Party really divided?
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