The early results of the Thai election led the Pheu Thai party

The early results of the Thai election led the Pheu Thai party
According to early vote counts in Thailand’s general election on Sunday, the opposition Pheu Thai Party is in the lead, with the Move Forward Party, popular among Thai youth, in second place.
After the military seized power in 2014 and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha ruled for 9 years, analysts consider this election as a test of democracy and an important election for Thailand’s political turn. Pheu Thai Party’s prime ministerial candidate Former Prime Minister Thaksin’s youngest daughter, Paetongtarn Shinawatra, expressed caution over the vote and told her supporters to watch for the official results tomorrow.
Another leader of the Pheu Thai Party said that if the Move Forward Party, which won the second majority according to the most recent vote count, has the right to form a coalition government in the final result.
The 500-seat House of Representatives is currently led by the Pheu Thai Party with a majority. The current Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha’s party is left behind. According to this model, the Pheu Thai Party, which opposes the military dominance in Thai politics, and the Move Forward Party will form a coalition government, said the leader of the Move Forward Party.
The Pheu Thai party is the offspring of former Prime Minister Thaksin Thaksin, who was overthrown in power, and the Move Forward party is popular among young Thais due to its progressive views that challenge extreme conservatism. The position of Prime Minister will be chosen by the Upper and Lower Houses together in July.
In order to become the prime minister, he needs to get at least 376 votes from both the upper and lower houses, so there is no possibility of choosing a single party seat.

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