CUPT proposes model for political reform


From Matichon, December 6, 2014
CUPT proposes the model for political reform
– Separation of the executive power and legislative power
– Direct election of the PM
– MPs are not required to belong to a political party
– MPs can come from national elections as well as elections within professional fields
Establishment of a People’s Council: 900 members selected from heads of municipalities around the country [this would be another measure to mute the power of a dominate party like the Pheu Thai]
On the table: CUPT: Council of University Presidents of Thailand

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