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A group of 99 Thai citizens hijacked ‘Big Tu’, cracking the tap before August 24th, completing 8 years of sitting as prime minister.

A group of 99 Thai citizens chided ‘Big Tu’ to crack the cork before August 24th. The sentence has been sitting as prime minister for 8 years, pointing out that it is not right to stay.

On August 1, the pressure on Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister and Minister of Defense The resignation is getting stronger. From the case of the Prime Minister’s seat for 8 years under the Constitution 2017

On July 31, at the Memorial Hall on October 14, Khok Wua intersection, Bangkok, Metha Maskhao, secretary-general of the Campaign for Democracy Committee (CRC), on behalf of 99 Thai intellectuals and citizens, made a statement calling for General Prayut resigned as prime minister Due to the expiration of 8 years according to the 2017 Constitution and lack of legitimacy in the administration of the country

Mehtha said that because of the 2017 Constitution, Article 158 states that the Prime Minister cannot hold office for more than eight years. Regardless of whether they hold consecutive positions or not but shall not include the period of time during which he continues to perform duties after the vacation of office. Contrary to the constitution and conflict in Thai society A group of 99 Thai intellectuals and citizens aiming for a better development in Thai politics. therefore calls for General Prayut Sacrificed to resign before August 24, because the Prime Minister will not be able to hold office for more than 8 years, regardless of whether or not he has been in office consecutively.

Mehtha said that if the prime minister wants to extend his term by misinterpreting the constitution on his own side. It will make a lifelong taint and severely violate the morality of politicians. This caused the government to lack legitimacy and good governance in the country’s administration. Until the conflict and political turmoil caused by the disunity between the military, government officials and the people, which has escalated every moment.

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The 99 people who signed up included Mr. Krisada Thirakosolpong, a professor at a state university, Kamol Kamontrakul, an independent academic, Karun Sai-ngam, a former senator, Pol Maj Gen Charoen Techavanich, a former military officer, and Mr. Prof. Chainarong Settchua, Lecturer at State University, Col. Tad Duangjit, Pension Officer, Dr. Nirand Pitakwatchara, Former National Human Rights Commissioner, Ms. Busayarat Kanchanadit, Academician of the Institute for Civil Promotion. Society, Mr. Pramote Nakornthap, former member of the National Legislative Assembly and former secretary-general of the New Power Party, Mr. Preeda Tiasuwan, social and environmental businessman, and Mr. Phongthep Thepkanjana, former Deputy Prime Minister and former Minister of Justice.

Ms. Pornphimon Kanthap, writer, Assoc. Prof. Pichai Rattanadilok Na Phuket, former dean of state university, Mr. Pisit Leelawachiropas, former governor of the Auditor-General of Thailand, Assoc. Prof. Wittayakorn Chiangkul, Former Dean of Private Universities, Asst. Prof. Wanwichit Boonprong, Private University Lecturer, Ms. Sunee Chaiyarot, Former National Human Rights Commissioner and Legal Reform Committee, Mr. Suthep Thawanwiwattanakul Artists for the Life of Hope, Prof. Surachart Bamrungsuk, International Relations Scholar, Mr. Sulak Siwarak Panyachon Siam, Assoc. Prof. Anusorn Thammajai, Director of International College Pridi Banomyong, Assoc. Faculty of Political Science and Law state university



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