Finally, Mr. Somsak Thepsutin, former Minister of Justice, and Mr. Suriya Juangroongruangkit former industry minister from Sam Mitr Group Decided to leave the Palang Pracharat Party (PPP) to join the Pheu Thai Party Mr. Somsak clarified the reason something like that. Now the weather has changed. The constitution was no longer designed for us.
Finally, Mr. Somsak Thepsutin, former Minister of Justice, and Mr. Suriya Juangroongruangkit
former industry minister
from Sam Mitr Group
Decided to leave the Palang Pracharat Party (PPP) to join the Pheu Thai Party
Mr. Somsak clarified the reason something like that.
Now the weather has changed.
The constitution was no longer designed for us.
As for Mr. Suriya, clarified that
Since working with the government and the PPP for more than 4 years, it has been found that there are quite obstacles.
There is a lack of unity in the government.
Due to the quota system, the PPP does not oversee the Ministry of Economy at all.
unable to solve economic problems to satisfy the people
therefore having to move into the Pheu Thai Party whose goal is to land slides throughout the land
Mr. Suriya's statement can be interpreted as
The main cause of the disunity in the government
Because it is a multi-party coalition government that is caused by the method of elections
According to the 2017 constitution, the party
Politics is a mushroom
More than 70 parties contested the election, the most in Thai political history.
There is a party that can win elections.
26 MPs enter the House of Representatives, some parties get only 30,000 votes. MPs have 11 parties that have only received MPs. No party has the majority to form a government.
Must form a coalition government of 19 parties, so there is no need to ask for unity, controlling 19 parties to unite as one
than catching crabs in baskets
a lot of fog, a lot of pain
many parties, many policies
both controversial and non-controversial
The most obvious is the liberalization of marijuana policies.
did not disagree, only the government and the opposition
But it became a conflict in the ruling coalition, and having 26 MPs in the House of Representatives was the cause of the
"House collapses" in history.
Chuan Leekpai, Speaker of the National Assembly and Speaker of the House of Representatives
who has been in parliament for almost 50 years, admits that having a 19-party coalition government often causes parliament to collapse
Because I have to keep catching crabs in the basket.
will seek cooperation from the Prime Minister to mobilize
MPs attending meetings are inefficient.
because the prime minister is not the leader of the main party
Most problems have the constitution as the main cause.
The person is a secondary problem in the 2017 constitution.
also clearly contradicts the principles of the parliamentary system
Moreover, it was repeatedly prevented by the authoritarian party from making corrections.
It's curious why you believe that now.
“The constitution is not designed for us” anymore.