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Election Showdown: Prime Minister Candidate’s Jaw-Dropping Athletic Stunts Stun Bangkok!

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In an impressive display of athleticism, Prime Minister candidate General Prayut of the United Thai Nation (UTN) Party, took to Lumpini Park in downtown Bangkok to engage in a spirited game of rattan ball. The 69-year-old politician energetically participated in the match for about 10 minutes, alongside PM Office Minister Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana and local joggers, leaving the crowd in awe of his vigor.

Lumpini Park, located in the bustling district of Pathum Wan, is a popular destination for Bangkok residents looking to stay active and fit. Seizing the opportunity to socialize, General Prayut and UTN members conversed with exercising park-goers after the lively sporting session. Seeking a third term in office after initially gaining power through his 2014 coup, General Prayut’s energetic appearances may aid in boosting his popularity among the citizens.

Paddling across Lumpini pond in a pedalboat, the prime minister continued to greet park attendees on the opposite side. In fact, throughout his tenure, General Prayut has been committed to showcasing his athletic abilities. He once held 20-minute aerobics sessions, known as Workout Wednesdays, at Government House and participated in football and Sepak Takraw practice on the official grounds. Additionally, the prime minister has been known to exhibit his Muay Thai skills by sparring with boxing stars.

Despite this physical prowess, General Prayut currently ranks third in the polls as the choice for the next Prime Minister, garnering only 8.13% of the votes, according to the most recent Nation Poll. Pheu Thai’s Paetongtarn Shinawatra leads with 33.81%, followed by Move Forward’s Pita Limjaroenrat at 16.87%. Conducted between April 7 and 12, the poll surveyed 39,687 respondents throughout the country. Interestingly, nearly one-fourth of participants (22.58%) reported they have yet to make a decision.

As the May 14 election approaches, it remains uncertain who will be selected as the next prime minister. Ultimately, the fate of the country’s leadership will be determined by a vote from both Houses of Parliament.

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