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Thailand’s Move Forward Party won’t back Pheu Thai’s PM bid
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Thailand’s Move Forward Party won’t back Pheu Thai’s PM bid

Thailand’s political destruction looks like it will continue, as supporters of the reformist Move Forward Party deny to yield. Thailand’s election-winning Move Forward Party (MFP) denied on Tuesday to back previous alliance partner Pheu Thai’s bid to create the next government, naming it as a criticism of the election result and in opposition to the willingness of the people. The prominent MFP was the astonishing winner of the May 14 election, intimately followed by Pheu Thai, after the two trounced conservative parties in a huge denial of nine years of government run by the military.

A partnership between them fell down after a bicameral parliament over which the royalist military rules important affect denied MF ruler Pita Limjaroenrat’s prime ministerial bid twice last month. Thailand has been under a caretaker government for five months and MFP’s denial to back Pheu Thai could take very long months of political imbalance expanded by the parliamentary deadlock.

“The creation of government now is not reflective of the people’s voice … and goes against the willingness of the people in the elections,” MFP secretary general Chaithawat Tulathon told a news conference. Political veteran Pheu Thai has been alleged by haters of outmanoeuvring MFP to make sure it rules the government. Pheu Thai convinces it only withdrew its help when it was clear that MFP could not gain victory in the backing of the legislature, where it got resistance to its liberal, anti-establishment agenda.