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From the popularity of student protests to the Prime Minister’s path

Military-backed political parties have been in power in Thailand for nearly a decade. Voters have rejected military-backed political parties in this election. Chosen relatively young people. This is what Thailand’s pro-democracy Move Forward Party (MFP) said after claiming victory on Monday after the election.

“I am Pita Limjaroenrat,” Pita Limjaroenrat told reporters at the MFP headquarters in Bangkok. I am the next prime minister of Thailand. We are ready to form the government. At that time, the young leader expressed his conviction to be the ‘prime minister of all’.

The ‘Move Forward’ party won more seats and votes than any other party. Preliminary results showed that the Move Forward Party beat all expectations by winning 151 of the 500 seats in the lower house of the Thai parliament.

In a country that has been under military rule for a long time, this victory cannot be underestimated.

This sentiment has changed. And this is the real time, Pita said at a press conference at the party’s central office in Bangkok. His party won a landslide victory in Bangkok. Here, 32 out of 33 seats have been won by the ‘Move Forward’ party.

Pita Limjaroenrat was born into a wealthy family in Thailand. His family had a close relationship with politics. His father was an adviser to Thailand’s Ministry of Agriculture and his uncle was a close associate of Thailand’s ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Peeta says he became interested in politics while a schoolboy in New Zealand. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Thammasat University, Thailand. After that, he did Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University. MBA from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

But he started his career by joining his father’s business. Later he was also the executive director of ride sharing company Grab. Married to Thai actress and model Chutima Tinpanatke, later divorced. Now she lives alone with her seven-year-old daughter Pipim. The ‘Move Forward’ party led the month-long student-led protests in Thailand in 2020. Many of the ‘Move Forward’ candidates in this election were the leaders of that movement. And like those protests in 2020, the victory of the Move Forward Party also played a big role in the young and dedicated voters. BBC news.

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