Coss Posted March 13 Report Share Posted March 13 Thailand’s political parties have been warned by the Election Commission (EC) to refrain from making reference to the Monarchy during their election campaign rallies, otherwise the party’s executive committee could be disbanded and its committee members barred from holding posts in the parties for 20 years. The stern warning letter was issued by EC Secretary-General Sawaeng Boonmee last Friday and circulated to all political parties. The letter cites Section 22 of the Political Parties Act B.E. 2560 (2017 AD) which requires the executive committee of each political party to control and regulate their party members, to ensure that they do not do anything which contravenes the Constitution, laws, regulations and announcements or orders of the EC pertaining to election campaigning and the Monarchy... https://www.thaipbsworld.com/all-parties-warned-not-to-refer-to-the-monarchy-at-campaign-rallies/ call that a Monarch? This is a Monarch... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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