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Unanticipated Showdown: Thailand’s Local Boy Battles Out-of-Towner: Who Will Triumph in the Election Battle of Titans?

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Stomping grounds for the recent campaign events included the bustling markets of Khao Din, Prasae, and Sam Yan, located in the heart of the Muang district. Jurin Laksanavisit, leader of the Democrat Party, spearheaded the campaign, bolstered by the presence of the party’s chief of innovation in politics – Watanya “Madam Dear” Bunnag – and a fine assembly of esteemed Members of Parliament hailing from various provinces. Together, they championed the candidacy of Dr. Banyat Jetanachan for Rayong’s Constituency 3.

Watanya Bunnag, the female powerhouse behind these political endeavours, also happens to be the wife of Shine Bunnag, the CEO of Nation Group.

According to Jurin, the highlight of Dr. Banyat’s credentials is his local origin. Born and bred in Rayong, he embodies a spirit of service, commitment, and familiarity with the unique nuances of his hometown. Having represented Rayong as an MP thrice, he possesses submerged depths of political experience and local knowledge. Jurin extolled Dr. Banyat’s industrious nature, stating that his consistent attendance in Parliament meetings was a testament to his dedication. He also hinted at Dr. Banyat being earmarked for the coveted position of the party’s deputy spokesman.

On the other side of the aisle, Pita Limjaroenrat, along-side his team which included Move Forward secretary-general Chaitawat Tulathon and party-list MPs like Wiroj Lakkhanaadisorn, Bencha Saengchantra and Krunphol Tiansuwan, campaigned at the vibrant Khlong Thom market in Klaeng district.

Pita emplored citizens to stand up and vote on Sunday, reminding them that they are the dictators of their country’s future in a democratic setup and aren’t mere extras or helpless spectators. The party has pitched Phongsathorn Sornphetnarin as their torch-bearer in the forthcoming by-election Sunday, which interestingly, only has two participating parties.

Pita outlined three strong reasons he believed made Phongsathorn the obvious choice for voters. Firstly, the crusade against economic disparity that has befallen Rayong, one of the richest provinces in Thailand, is at the core of Move Forward’s agenda. Secondly, a shared progressiveness between the Rayong residents and Move Forward, and lastly a common ethos of dedication in public service and the pursuit of potential opportunities in their respective constituencies binds them. He stressed on the Party’s staunch adherence to principles of integrity, transparency, and dependability.

Rayong’s Constituency 3 finds itself in need of a new MP after the resignation of Nakhonchai Khunnarong, a former Move Forward MP, who was revealed to have served a near 18-month prison sentence for theft back in 1999 by The Election Commission, thereby disqualifying him per The Constitution that deems MP candidates convicts unworthy for a seat in the House of Representatives.

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