Prayut's Cabinet

31 Jan 2021
Matichon Online reported on 26 January that the Cabinet approved 191 million baht for Royal Thai Police crowd control operations, information that was not revealed in the Cabinet minutes. The police chief said in a press conference that it was the cost of crowd control for the protests in 2020.
13 Aug 2019
The EEC Committee has passed on its final blueprint to the cabinet. The local population has protested, claiming it will destroy 7 communities.   A crab from the Bang Pakong River released at Government HouseSource: Anchan Chaiyanw
16 Jul 2019
In the presence of King Vajiralongkorn, the new cabinet is to be sworn in today (16 July 2019) at 6 pm. Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Prime Minister of Thailand, is facing challenges from all sides, including the general public, internal problems, civil society and the opposition parties. Prayut Chan-o-chaSource: The government's website
18 Jun 2019
Even if the cabinet arrangement fails to hold a majority in the House, the junta can still function minimally with help of the Constitution and unelected Senate.
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