PM digs in his heels, says he won’t stop while the nation wants him

The Thai PM says he’s not going anywhere and can stay in position no much less than until subsequent year’s Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, which Thailand is hosting. According to a Bangkok Post report, Prayut Chan-o-cha was responding to questions from reporters concerning the the rest of his 4-year term, which ends in March 2023. He says so lengthy as the country wants him, he won’t stop.
“It is about running the country. We will stay on in line with the law. The nation is plagued with many problems that need to be addressed.”

According to the PM nevertheless, Thailand has nonetheless made vital progress and his administration is concentrated on attracting extra overseas investment and taking excellent care of the less well-off in society.
“Looking after low-income people is close to the heart of the prime minister.”

He has also dismissed claims from opposition events that the ruling coalition is in hassle.
Greatest is just their imagination.”

The Bangkok Post stories that Thailand will host the first APEC assembly in Phuket between December 1 and three, when it takes over the chairmanship from New Zealand. During 2022, an extra collection of APEC conferences shall be held throughout the country, with the summit held in Bangkok from October 30 – November 3. The PM says Thailand’s chairmanship of APEC 2022 presents important alternatives for making a sustainable post-pandemic future.
In different news, Patcharin Samsiripong from the ruling Palang Pracharath Party has addressed the matter of a leaked doc that appeared to show a number of the party’s election pledges. The document referenced providing farming households with credit cards with a restrict of up to 50,000 baht, in addition to offering every sub-district a grant of 20 million baht. However, Patcharin says these had been simply recommendations from MPs and nothing has been set in stone. She says the recommendations were made at a gathering on Tuesday, where some MPs made proposals verbally while others wrote them down on papers that were handed around..

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