“Because he’s the leader of the government, any success that belongs to the government belongs to General Prayut,” he said.
“But the vote is deciding whether you are happy with the success of the government or not. I think it is very simple. For us, we are basically building on the success of this government, with the addition of the new force that comes with the United Thai Nation Party.”
REACHING THE EIGHT-YEAR TERM LIMIT
But there is another hurdle, as General Prayut will reach his eight-year term limit in 2025, or halfway in a possible second term if elected.