Anuthin elected new Bhum Jai Thai leader

Breaking News October 14, 2012 00:00

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The Bhum Jai Thai Party Sunday elected Anuthin Chanweerakul as the new party leader after his father, Chaowarat Chanweerakul, resigned.



 

Chaowarat’s resignation prompted the Bhum Jai Thai to hold a party caucus to elect a new executive board.
The party took about an hour to elect a new 9member executive board. Other new executives include Boonjong Wongtrairat, first deputy leader, Prachak Kaewklahan, second deputy leader, Saksayam Chidchob, party, secretarygeneral, Supachai Jaisamut, deputy secretarygeneral and Supamas Issarapakdee, party spokeswoman.
The party also elected Rangsikorn Thimatrueka as the party registrar and Soraat Klinprathoom as the party chief advisor.
The Nation

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