Also, he noted that this was the final Cabinet gathering before to the caretaker Cabinet taking charge.
“This is likely to be the last Cabinet meeting [with the full authority of the government] as reported by the media,” Thanakorn replied when asked to confirm if this was truly the last meeting.
General Prayut Chan-o-cha, the prime minister, strongly intimated last week that he will dissolve the House following the Cabinet’s final meeting this week.
To help Lawmakers prepare for the approaching election, the premier has repeatedly stated that he will dissolve the House. Additionally, he stated that the dissolution of the House would be precisely timed to allow for the election to take place on May 7 as planned by the Election Commission.
Before the final Cabinet meeting, Thanakorn declares that the House would be dissolved on Monday.
Prayut did not specify the precise date, but according to various newspapers, the House would be dissolved on March 20.
Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam stated last week that Prayut is still free to shuffle his Cabinet and fire members of the caretaker Ministry even after the House is dissolved.