Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said he hopes next year will be a “year of changes” which prepare the country for democracy and good governance, while also promising to put an end to his notoriously “grumpy” outbursts. “I wish next year is a year of success, a year of changes — a year of preparation for democracy and good governance,” he announced, speaking after the mobile cabinet meeting in Sukhothai Tuesday.”Come together and do this with your bodies, voices and minds to reduce conflicts and build reconciliation. Don’t make me use law enforcement too much, so I have to ask everybody, as we are all Thai people,” he said, adding that he hoped people enjoy their holidays, have safe trips, and enjoy the time with their families.He also urged people to be careful, follow the laws and drive safely during the holiday period, saying he anticipated being in a better mood next year.”The people want to see me smile and laugh, and want to hear me speak nicely. I promise to do my best. I will be in good humour next year, although some people make me grumpy. I will not be grumpy anymore. I promised myself that already,” he said.He… Read full this story
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