The leader of Thai anti-junta is planning to form the government after the March election which will prevent the ruling junta party from staying in power. The election saw tough competition between Palang Pracharat and Democratic Front of the seven parties. The end result saw Palang Pracharat with 115 seats that are enough to form the government.
Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit said election was not conducted fairly even though he expects to proceed further in forming the government. He is also hopeful that anti-junta coalition will form the new government and Senate can be influenced in case Democratic Front gets the majority. The countries future is positive even if Thai anti-junta fails to take charge of the government, he added.
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