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Move Forward Party confident of Victory at Thai Election

At a news conference to introduce Supanut Minchainant as its candidate for the Chatuchak district, the opposition party made this audacious declaration.

Phicharn Chaowapatanawong, the deputy leader of the party, presided over the press conference at the headquarters.

He was reiterating the statement made by party head Pita Limjaroenrat last month, who said that he had visited various constituencies in the capital and had been welcomed with open arms.

Move Forward won nine of the 30 seats up for grabs in Bangkok in the 2019 election, while Palang Pracharath and Pheu Thai won 12 and 9, respectively.

Bangkok has been given 33 seats as a result of this year’s redistricting, which resulted in 400 new constituencies.

The general election has been tentatively scheduled for May 7.

Pita looked to be Bangkok’s favorite candidate for prime minister in a poll done by the National Institute of Development Administration in October of last year, receiving 20.40% of the vote. Prayut Chan-o-cha, the prime minister, barely received 15.20% of the vote. Pheu Thai was more well-liked than Move Forward Party, nevertheless.

Phicharn, unconcerned by the poll results, told the media on Monday that his party is confident it will receive a resounding majority in Bangkok due of its success in Parliament during the previous four years.

He claimed that by sponsoring measures and denouncing the government, Move Forward had performed its role.

After a huge victory in Bangkok, Move Forward is optimistic.

Meanwhile, Supanut informed the media that he had joined Move Forward because the government’s “poor performance” had widened Thailand’s social and economic divide.

“Move Forward has proven itself with great performance in Parliament in its battle against nepotism and monopolies, which is why I chose it,” he stated.

After a huge victory in Bangkok, Move Forward is optimistic.

Key party members traveled to numerous Northeastern provinces last week to kick up their election campaigns, according to party spokesman Rangsiman Rome at the same press conference. Roi Et, Khon Kaen, and Udon Thani were all stops on the trip last week, and the locals welcomed the crew with open arms, he said.

Pita will introduce the party’s national healthcare strategy on March 11 in Nakhon Si Thammarat and Phuket, according to Rangsiman.

On March 12, the party head will travel back to Bangkok and formally introduce each of the 33 candidates. Pita is also anticipated to reveal several major party policy, Rangsiman threw in

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