By The Nation
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha recently instructed Cabinet members, who are also party-list MPs, to give up their seats in Parliament so other candidates can have a chance. He also said that this would ensure that the coalition, which has a very slim majority even though it comprises 19 parties, will not be beaten during votes.
Kanchana, meanwhile, said she believes the two ministers can manage their time well enough to not to have to miss House meetings.
As for the opposition’s plan to grill Prayut for his alleged failure to read the entire oath as required by the Constitution, Kanchana said she has instructed all 10 MPs of her party to attend.
The coalition whips have said a special House session will be convened in September for the debate.