Pheu Thai Party reviews one-year performance, addressing overdue Bangkok transit charges

Thailand’s Pheu Thai party passed satisfactory judgment on its Bangkok councillors’ efficiency following a one year tenure, regardless of a less than stellar show in the General Election held on May 14 final yr.
The get together members, celebrating the anniversary of their councillors’ induction into workplace, were determined in expressing the successful implementation of a number of marketing campaign guarantees. Pheu Thai managed to glean the majority of seats on election day within the 50 districts, claiming 21 in complete, Bangkok Post reported.
The councillor and governor elections bore vital weight, as they have been the primary because the 2014 coup of May 22, which led to the removal of the then Pheu Thai-led authorities. Initially, the success in the councillor polls indicated a strong probability of further victory for Pheu Thai in subsequent national elections.
Nevertheless, fortunes reversed in the general elections when Pheu Thai was relegated to a solitary seat based in the capital, Bangkok. The Move Forward Party (MFP) secured the rest.
On In record time of their induction, Phuangphet Chunlaiad, Pheu Thai’s chief elections supervisor for Bangkok, reflected upon the past year, expressing satisfaction on the party’s capacity to alleviate and resolve resident concerns. Chunlaiad maintains confidence within the potential for speedy alleviation of city issues via effective coordination with related ministries offered by the rising authorities, based upon a Pheu Thai coalition.
Pheu Thai’s proposed actions embrace the establishment of a specialised committee to evaluate the 50 billion baht overdue payment owed by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to the Bangkok Mass Transit System Plc (BTSC), a problem arising from the Green Line venture.
Min Buri district councillor for the Pheu Thai party, Wirat Meenchainunt, asserted that councillors have executed their obligations by the Public Administration of Bangkok Metropolis Act 1985, with the town council’s 12 dedicated teams overseeing the development of work at City Hall.
According to Meenchainunt, the councillors have achieved important progress regarding the party’s 5 basic campaign promises. However, the duty of reducing electrical train fares continues to stall due to an ongoing legal dispute..

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