The counter government Samakkhi Prachachon presented a letter to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, calling for him to leave over his helpless administration for as long as seven years.
In view of this, Sompas Nilphan, the Prime Minister’s Office representative perpetual secretary, acknowledged the letter for the executive from Adul Khiewboriboon, the gathering chief, and Jatuporn Prompan, a gathering part and administrator of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship.
In the letter, Gen Prayut was blamed for neglecting to fulful his guarantees. The gathering said he neglected to accomplish changes and compromise while political contentions had declined and defilement issues expanded.
In the monetary field, the gathering said the administrations under Gen Prayut had spent through and through 20.8 trillion baht in public financial plans, yet the quantity of neediness stricken individuals had expanded by 100%. The encroachments of the regal organization had proceeded to exist and gap individuals while power holders in the public authority had abused the issue for their own political increase.
Along with this, Mr Jatuporn shared how Gen Prayut had guaranteed he stayed in ability to secure the imperial organization. However, by and by, he had disregarded the issue as well as utilized Section 112, the lese majeste law, to obliterate his political rivals.
In fact, Concerning Gen Prayut’s treatment of the Covid-19 circumstance, he said in spite of the fact that having held onto ability to manage the pandemic under a solitary order Gen Prayut had neglected to take care of the issue, said Mr Jatuporn.
The UDD director said he accepted the draft leader order approving the public authority to get an extra 700 billion baht to rejuvenate the economy battered by Covid-19 would leave escape clauses for defilement. Mr Jatuporn called for Gen Prayut to follow the strides of the late Gen Prem Tinsulanonda who turned down a solicitation for him to stay as leader following eight years in the position.
Morever, the Samakkhi Prachachon gathering would present a letter to the Bhumjaithai Party on Wednesday. It would likewise visit the military base camp and the Royal Thai Police Office on May 27 and 28 and present a letter to require the military leader and the police boss to leave as individuals from the Senate.