The recent reshuffle seems to have boosted the Yingluck Shinawatra administration's image in the eyes of the public, who see the cabinet as being stronger now than it was before.
After all, it has now been beefed up with veteran politicians from the so-called House No.111 group. Shifting around some ministerial posts has also given the impression that the prime minister is focused on putting the right man in the right job.
Yet, the government remains dogged by old problems, problems that won't go away easily.
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