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The Thai PM says he has no plans to call an early election or to reshuffle his Cabinet after 21 MPs loyal to him were pushed out earlier this week. The Bangkok Post reports that Prayut Chan-o-cha has also distanced himself from the ouster of Thamanat Prompow and 20 other MPs, who have been accused of sowing division within the ranks of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party. The PM says their dismissal was an internal party affair and that the PPRP was probably trying to restore a sense of normalcy. “I’m not saying who is good or bad. Let their […]

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1 hour ago, whitesnake said:

I wonder how this guy sleeps at night, knowing that every day he wakes up to haters and criticism from all quarters! He lives a life with his back to the wall!! The "Uncle Fester" black bags under his eyes are testament to this!!

short of what hitler had

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