Time to let other voices be heard

Time to let other voices be heard

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha poses with locals during his trip to Amnat Charoen province. (Photo courtesy Prime Minister's Office)
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha poses with locals during his trip to Amnat Charoen province. (Photo courtesy Prime Minister's Office)

Although most political parties and politicians are still banned from going about their business, Thailand's political temperature is rising, and it's all because of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha.

The premier announced, while visiting the northeastern province of Amnat Charoen on Monday, that he needed to make more trips to the provinces to improve voters' understanding of the coming election.

Soonruth Bunyamanee is acting editor, Bangkok Post.

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Soonruth Bunyamanee

Bangkok Post Editor

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Email : soonruthb@bangkokpost.co.th


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