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Parties campaign for votes ahead of Sunday's election
Parties campaign for votes ahead of Sunday's election
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Date : 21 มีนาคม 2562
BANGKOK, 21 March 2019 (NNT) - Political parties continue to campaign for votes ahead of Sunday's general election.

Leader of the Chartthaipattana Party Kanchana Sinlapa-acha visited Phetchaburi to help her MP candidates win for votes. She stopped by the municipal food market to present methods to increase agricultural prices and reform the overly regulated fishing industry. She said her party expects to secure 25-30 seats in parliament.

Meanwhile, Future Forward Leader Thanathorn Jungrungreangkit accompanied his candidates in Nakhon Si Thammarat to meet with voters at City Hall before delivering a speech on his party's vision of empowering the people while also decentralizing power and budget use. He also encouraged people to vote on March 24th.

Leader of the Thai Liberal Party, Pol Gen Sereepisuth Temeeyaves , gave speeches in Chaiyaphum and Nakhon Ratchasima affirming his readiness to be Prime Minister due to his commitment to addressing the people's concerns, especially agricultural prices and poverty.

The Action Coalition for Thailand, led by Suthep Thaugsuban , held a rally in Yala, touting his reform policies and adherence to good governance. He also promised free education, interest-free student loans and pensions for the elderly.

Core members of the Palang Pracharath Party campaigned in Chiang Mai to help address the province's air pollution issue and environmental conservation agenda. The party was confident it would obtain at least 4 seats in Chiang Mai and said Gen Prayut was the most suitable person to lead the country's economic policies.

The Puea Chat Party, led by Jatuporn Promphan , visited Samut Prakarn to encourage votes for his party. He said his party aims to support fully democratic principles and erase the narrative of reform before elections which has been spread for the past 5 years since the coup, which has not brought about concrete reforms.

Warinthorn Watsang of Mahachon Party posted 5 video clips on social media on gender equality, which will extend to marriage and welfare access and aims for the party to secure between 1 and 6 seats in parliament and be a voice for the country's alternative sexes.
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