Thailand’s prime minister has taken a novel approach to avoiding media questions

Thai Prime Minister and former Army Chief Prayuth Chan-ocha

Thai Prime Minister and former Army Chief Prayuth Chan-ocha

Bangkok … News Time

Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha adopted a unique way to avoid the fierce news of journalists, which is criticizing the human rights organization. According to the Foreign News Agency, Prayuth Chan-ocha, the Thai Prime Minister and the former army chief, has made several statues of paper cardboard to avoid the questions of journalists. According to the reports, there are approximately 17 statues similar to the height of the Prayuth Chan-ocha in which Prime Minister is giving different positions. On the occasion, the children’s day was celebrated in Thailand, on this occasion, Prayuth Chan-ocha gave a long address in the Government House, after which a statue of his cardboard was erected to them. Prayuth Chan-ocha pointing to the statue while telling reporters that you can ask them. The journalists were overwhelmed by listening to this; this issue could not get any attention to the website of social contacts. However, Human Rights Watch criticized it and said that it is a fresh example of untouchable behavior from journalists of Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha. Sunai Phasuk, Human Rights Watch researcher in Thailand, said that Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha does not have the opportunity to face the media and is not encouraged to criticize them. Children’s Day is celebrated every year in Thailand every year in Thailand, on this day, military bases are opened for children, where children form pictures with weapons and tanks. These children are also invited to the Prime Minister’s Office. It was believed that in 2014 in the army the army overtook the elected government and occupied power since then there have been restrictions in various fields including media. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha threatened journalists in 2015 that he had the authority to punish journalistsc while he once again bananas banana on the reporter. The Prayuth Chan-ocha government has announced that it will make general elections in November 2018, but there is still ban on political campaigns in Thailand.


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