The election commission of Thailand has made a decision to disqualify Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, the anti-junta party leader for breaching election law. Juangroongruangkit has been accused to have various shares in companies even after filing the nomination for election. This move from the election commission has come one month after the elections held in March.
According to election commission deputy secretary-general, there is clear evidence that Juangroongruangkit had his shares in V-Luck Media Company. The results for the election are due in May which will give a clear picture whether the current PM Prayuth Chan-ocha will continue to stay in power. Juangroongruangkit joined hands with democratic front party for the election.
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