February or May? Still rigged

14 11 2018

Not that many hours ago we posted on the likelihood that the military junta’s rigged election might be further delayed until May. We did that along with several other media outlets.

The junta has reacted saying it is still planning for 24 February. Deputy Slitherer Wissanu Krea-ngam said “there was no reason to delay the general election again…”. He then added: “So far there is no reason [to postpone the polls] and there’s no chance the EC [Election Commission] will not be ready. If the elections are delayed, it will be because of others…”.

Meanwhile, devil party Palang Pracharath has opened for anti-democrat members. The Nation reports that just 121 signed uo on the first day. We assume this number is so low because, in line with its hierarchical bosses, the junta sycophants only signed up “big names.”

Slithering into the party and oblivious to calls for something like ethical standards, were three serving Cabinet members. They were: Industry Minister Uttama Savanayana, who is the party leader; Commerce Minister Sontirat Sontijirawong, the secretary-general; and Prime Minister’s Office Minister Kobsak Pootrakool, the party’s spokesman.

Among others lining up to lick military boots was Nida Poll director Napong Noppaket. Yes, the man who produces poll results each week. Now we understand why the Nida polls are so suspect.

Uttama confirmed that he will be nominating The Dictator as his party’s candidate for prime minister following the election.

The election, whenever it is finally held will be rigged.


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