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Jatuporn and ‘Impatient Thais’ up pressure on PM to resign

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Former red shirt leader Jatuporn Prompan and "Thai Mai Thon" (Impatient Thais) group submitted a letter at the Government House grievance centre in Bangkok on Tuesday, urging Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to resign from his position.

The letter said political conflict had emerged across the country because of Prayut's failure to impose reforms to tackle corruption, the economy and other aspects of governance.

It also said that the number of Covid-19 infections in Thailand had soared to over 2,000 per day because of the Prayut government's failure in procuring and managing vaccines.


To resolve the country’s crisis, the power of government and the private sector would have to be combined and Prayut would have to resign, it added.

Published : May 25, 2021

By : The Nation