Thailand will hold general elections on March 24th. The main candidates for the party include the Thai Party, the Citizen Power Party, the Democratic Party and the Future Party. Since no party is sure to win the majority of the House, the analysis suggests that the parties may form a coalition government.
In 2014, the Thai military coup was under the control of the military government. The government continued to postpone the election date. The Thai royal family announced the order yesterday. After the election committee met, Chairman Ittiporn Boonpracong announced the general election on March 24.
The main parties currently competing for the election include the Pheu Thai Party, the Democrat, the Palang Pracharath and the Future Forward.
For the predecessor of the Thai Party, the People’s Power Party supported the former Prime Ministers Thaksin Shinawatra and Yingluck Shinawatra’s brothers and sisters. The Thai party recently selected the female politician Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan as the long-term strategy. Trade the election. The Thai Party has a large number of supporters in the rural areas of central, northern and northeastern Thailand.
The Democratic Party is the oldest political party in Thailand. The party chairman is the former Prime Minister Aphisit Wetchachiwa. The position is more patriarchal and the supporters are mostly urban middle class.
The Citizens Power Party was formed by veterans in March last year. Its members include many members of the military government. They are considered to be pro-military governments and support Prayut Chan-ocha as the prime minister.
The Future Kadima Party was composed of young people in March last year. The top of Thailand’s largest auto parts manufacturer, Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, 39, and Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, a young lecturer in the law department, joined forces to bring about Thai politics. new ambience.
According to a poll released by the National Institute of Development Management (NIDA) on the 20th, the Palais support rate is the highest 26.2%, Sudala 22.4%, Aibixi 11.56%, and his Natong 9.6%.
As for which party wants to win the highest vote in the election, the Thai party won 32.72% of the support rate, followed by the Citizen Power Party with 24.16%, and the Democratic Party and the Future Advance Party with 14.92% and 11% respectively.
After Thailand implemented the new constitution in 2017, the military government can actually hold 250 seats in the Senate, which is equivalent to one-third of the 750 seats in the Senate and the House of Representatives. At present, no party has the confidence to master more than half of the 500 seats in the House of Representatives.
The Bangkok Post analyzed that the Thai party and the small party supporting the Thai party are expected to take less than 200 seats, while the Citizens Power Party is expected to win more than 100 seats, then the Thai Party and the Citizens Power Party. They will seek the support of “swinging parties” such as the Democratic Party and form a coalition government.
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