Yingluck Thaksin will go to Singapore this week to discuss with the former members.

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 Yingluck Thaksin will go to Singapore this week to discuss with the former members.


The whereabouts of Thailands former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and Yingla brothers and sisters, who died overseas in May 5th, have attracted much attention. Thai media reported on the 4 day that two people will be Thai Party members before meeting in Singapore this week to discuss the election strategy. According to Thailands national newspaper, the Thai Party news sources said that his letter, his brother and sister will be a former Thai MP before meeting in Singapore, including Chalin (ChalermYubanrung), former Minister of state Volava Oapinyaku (WorawatAuapinyakul) and deputy leader of the Thai party. KirangKantinan. The meeting also attracted the attention of the Thailand government. The content of their meeting and the selection of new party leaders have become the focus of attention. Meanwhile, Thailands deputy prime minister and defense minister, PrawitWongsuwan, also said that the former members of the meeting would not offend the law because the government has withdrawn orders from some groups to travel outside Thailand. However, the president of the Thailand election committee, SomchaiSomcharoen, warned that if the Thai Party allowed neither party members nor Party members to lead the party, it would lead to the dissolution of the party and prohibit the candidates from participating in the election. The report said that with the absorption of politicians from different groups, the Thai party will have to readjust its strategy. In addition, there are many party members for Thailand party, but the government has asked them to verify their party membership only in April. In 2014, after the Thailand military launched a coup and overthrew the original elected Prime Minister of the Thai party as the Prime Minister of the Thai party, a National Committee for the maintenance of peace order was established and political party activities were prohibited. Thailand Prime Minister Pakistan has consistently promised that Thailand will hold an election and launch a return to the popular route map. Since the coup of 2014, the Thailand government has declared the election time many times, but it has been delayed many times. After that, Pakistan had said that the general election would be held in November this year. In January this year, the Thailand Congress passed the New Election Bill, which allowed the election to be postponed again. Palestinian Education said earlier that the new general election will not be held later than February 2019. He also stressed that whether the general election can be held depends on the development of the domestic situation. Source: Overseas editor: Fan Jiang, _NN9138 The report said that with the absorption of politicians from different groups, the Thai party will have to readjust its strategy. In addition, there are many party members for Thailand party, but the government has asked them to verify their party membership only in April. In 2014, after the Thailand military launched a coup and overthrew the original elected Prime Minister of the Thai party as the Prime Minister of the Thai party, a National Committee for the maintenance of peace order was established and political party activities were prohibited. Thailand Prime Minister Pakistan has consistently promised that Thailand will hold an election and launch a return to the popular route map. Since the coup of 2014, the Thailand government has declared the election time many times, but it has been delayed many times. After that, Pakistan had said that the general election would be held in November this year. In January this year, the Thailand Congress passed the New Election Bill, which allowed the election to be postponed again. Palestinian Education said earlier that the new general election will not be held later than February 2019. He also stressed that whether the general election can be held depends on the development of the domestic situation.