BANGKOK – Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha told the media not to waste his time by repeatedly asking him whether he would stay on, whether he would stick to his road-map or on reforms.
Speaking in his weekly “Returning Happiness to the People” program, the prime minister said that such questions would make him moody because they are nonsense. He said he didn’t have much time left and did not want to waste his time with such questions.
The prime minister insisted that his government had already started implementing reforms which are now in the second stage. He said his government would do its best about reforms and if they are not completed, they would be passed on to the new government.
Pro-government groups and some members of the National Reform Council have been pushing for the government to say on for the next two years before there is an election. – PBS