Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has assured the public that a general election will be held according to the country’s roadmap, reiterating his stance that he will not remain in power.
The Thai premier who is also head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has noted that the country never had a national strategic plan or similar policy in the past. The current administration has already formulated one for the country which plots the country’s development over the next 20 years. .
He then called on all sectors of society to reconcile and compromise, saying everyone must be patient as the reform process is now underway and will require an extended period of time to achieve implementation.
He added that the next administration must follow the 20-year plan, so that the country can continue to grow in a sustainable manner.
Addressing members of the press, the prime minister said the press should help the government disseminate information about reform as well as foster a better understanding of the country’s situation in the international community.
He asserted that the reform roadmap and its time frame will not be altered, adding the general election will be organized late next year as scheduled.Facebook.
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