Achiever of Thailand’s Sunday general election Pita Limjaroenrat today invited the other front-runner Paetongtarn Shinawatra, the leader of the Pheu Thai party to form a government in Thailand. Thai media reports say Ms. Shinawatra is likely to join with the Move Forward party to form a government. Both Pita and Paetongtarn have planned to form a coalition government together with three other parties performed in the Sunday elections.
The Move Forward party led by Pita Limjaroenrat announced today (15) announced that he will become the new Prime Minister with a government of 309 seats represented by six parties.
The party won 151 seats.
Pheu Thai leader Paetongtarn Shinawatra today said that her party accepted the invitation extended by Pita of the Move Forward party to form a government. She also further said that a minimum of 309 seats would be sufficient to form a government in Thailand.
Pita Limjaroenrat 46, a businessman by profession said that he himself will be the next Prime Minister and political sources of Thailand say a key position of the new government will be in the hands of 36-year-old new mom Paetongtarn Shinawatra.