Chaiyan pointed out that in this round, the court ruled that Uncle Tu was staying. but raise the face of the public to judge
On 30 September, Professor Dr Chaiyan Chaiphon, an academic at the Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University posted a message on his personal Facebook page. Write a comment after the decision of the Constitutional Court to the Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-ocha has ended according to the Constitution by Professor Dr. Chaiyan He said that Raise this to the Constitutional Court. Gen. continued. but raise the face of the public to judge
before the diagnosis Professor Dr. Chaiyan that “If the court decides that Uncle Tu is not going ahead or going ahead (whichever way it is), there is nothing wrong with him. because after the dissolution of parliament The voice of the people will decide“
Later, after the Constitutional Court ruled Professor Dr Chaiyan posted a message “Uncle Tu can continue to live according to the law according to the court’s verdict. Raise your face, people decide! “
One follower said, “I probably wouldn’t have introduced myself. The Prime Minister’s age is not enough.
causing Professor Dr Chaiyan to comment “They should have put their hands down while there was still a good chance.”
In addition, Professor Dr Chaiyan also said “Uncle Tu should announce the end of his role after the dissolution of parliament. and spend the rest of this time Letting go and create things that politicians who are worried about losing votes cannot do.“
Previously, Professor Dr Chaiyan posted a message about the position of General Prayut Chan-ocha as Prime Minister.
-Pa Prem was Prime Minister for 8 years until 1988. 99 scholars are known as “Dika 99”. Pa is still listening and finishing a political role.
– Why Prem still listens to 99 scholars in 1988. Uncle Tu should listen to 99 intellectuals and elites now too.
-We think that if a leader is good, we can live without an agenda, right?
– The constitution states that the Prime Minister is not more than 8 years, how to interpret it is not as important as the uncle defines himself…