Surprisingly, Labanoon Will Enter Politics

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 Thailand Thailand – Surprisingly, Labanoon lead artist and guitarist Metee Arun has entered legislative issues by joining the Democrat Party as a possibility for Narathiwat in a choice that has placed the fate of the well known musical gang in question among its fans.

In view of this, Leftist pioneer Jurin Laksanawisit recently presented the rocker as another contender to challenge in the southern boundary territory, close by Che-aming Totayong, a previous MP for Pattani who hosts got back to the get-together from the Action Coalition for Thailand Party. Along with this, Mr. Jurin shared that during the occasion in Sungai Kolok locale of Narathiwat that the two up-and-comers represented the party’s arrangement to draw fresh blood and bait back old hands who hosted deserted to different gatherings.

The presentation of the Labanoon pioneer came one day after the threesome uncovered their authority music video Tha Phayu (Challenging the Storm) on their Facebook page, following the arrival of the sound variant in July. Then, they posted messages via online media stages finding out if this denoted the finish of the band considering their chief’s choice to enter governmental issues. Some even showed disillusionment at his transition to the Democrats.

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Mr. Metee didn’t talk about his melodic future on his online media accounts open to those enrolled by the band. Yet, he said during the early on service that his choice to run for a MP seat was driven by his adoration and confidence in the country’s most established party, with certainty that Mr Jurin was appropriate for the prevalence.

Consequently, Narathiwat is the vocalist’s home territory. Morever, Mr. Meet framed the three-part Labanoon in 1998 as a guitarist and lead vocalist, and enjoyed some time off to be a law instructor at Hatyai University in 2006 preceding getting back to music once more.

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