Gen Prawit: ‘If they don’t want me, I’ll leave’

 Gen Prawit: ‘If they don’t want me, I’ll leave’

Ministry of Defense building in Bangkok, opposite Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Photo: Uthen Smantai.



Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon said Wednesday he would quit if that is the public’s wish but also defended his track record over the last half a century as both a military man and a holder of public office.

“I’ve served in the public sector since 1968. It’s now been 50 years and there have not been any serious issues,” Gen Prawit, who also serves also defence minister, told reporters at the Defence Ministry.

Full story: Bangkok Post

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