The challenge in the nation continues and there’s another thing to be considered as Anucha Nakasai is tipped to turn into the Digital Economy and Society Minister, supplanting Buddhipongse Punnakanta who lost his position after he was indicted and imprisoned a week ago.
In view of this, The PPRP pioneer and delegate PM Prawit Wongsuwon met party heads recently in order to examine who might fill the opening. That’s why Mr. Anucha was named for the post as he had assumed a critical part in the public authority’s financial undertakings group.
Thus he is required to be invested responsible for amounts of energy to guide the economy through computerized activities.Along with this, Mr Buddhipongse was one of eight former leaders of the now-defunct People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) who were sentenced to prison last week by the Criminal Court.
The Appeal Court granted them temporary release two days later as they prepared to appeal their convictions. Along with Mr Buddhipongse, two other cabinet ministers were found guilty and lost their jobs as a result. So, althogether, there were 26 individuals that were condemned a week ago for their parts in the fights which finished in the May 2014 upset that eliminated Yingluck Shinawatra and her organization from power.
In the mean time, Deputy Prime Minister and Democrat Party pioneer Jurin Laksanawisit declined to affirm a report that said ecclesiastical posts would be traded among alliance parties in the following bureau reshuffle. They also shared that party secretary-general Chalermchai Sri-on is liable for organizing with alliance accomplices.
Along with this, The Head administrator Prayut Chan-o-cha hosts not yet advised the get-together to present elite of gathering possibility for the ecclesiastical presents on him. For this reason, the Delegate Prime Minister and Bhumjaithai Party pioneer Anutin Charnvirakul dismissed reports that the gathering would be given extra bureau posts in the following reshuffle.
Morever, when requested to remark on the issue of PPRP MPs declining as opposed to support Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob, secretary-general of Bhumjaithai, in the no-certainty vote on Feb 20, Mr Anutin said the two gatherings were examining the matter.