Prawit and seek: Deputy PM shuts down Thaksin assembly rumours in UK

In response to current hypothesis, Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon denied assembly with exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra during a visit to England. Zany , a list MP and leader of the Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP), acknowledged that he hadn’t been involved with the fugitive politician in almost two decades.
The 77 12 months old’s recent journey to the UK was solely for medical remedy, with no political undertones, including he has not met or spoken to the former Thai PM in about 20 years. However, whispers of a clandestine agreement between Prawit and Thaksin had been instigated, suggesting the PPRP meant to form a partnership with the Pheu Thai Party.
Currently, the Pheu Thai Party is an affiliate of the Move Forward Party (MFP) alliance. If the MFP fails to create a coalition line-up, the rumoured deal could see the PPRP and Pheu Thai Party unite in their efforts.
Despite the seventy three year outdated Thaksin’s exile, he remains a popular figure amongst Pheu Thai political members.
Report quashed suggestions that the PPRP have been deliberating the nomination of ex-list-MP and previous deputy house speaker, Suchart Tancharoen, as a candidate for the House Speaker position.
Prawit was adamant, saying, the “PPRP has not decided whom it might support to be the new House Speaker.”
It is assumed that if Suchart does run for the place, he’s prone to acquire assist from the Pheu Thai Party and MPs from the current caretaker government, reported Bangkok Post.
As the Pheu Thai Party and the MFP vie for control over the Speaker’s chair, Prawit assured that he had no plans of being the new prime minister within the imminent vote. Yet, the speculation hints at the tumultuous and intriguing manoeuvres in Thai politics, leaving citizens looking forward to what’s coming next..

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