Bangkok: EC ordnet in 2 Bezirken neue Auszählung und in 6 Bezirken Neuwahl an

Die Wahlkommission (EC) hat am Mittwoch in zwei Wahlbezirken die Neuauszählung der Stimmen bei der Parlamentswahl und in sechs Wahlbezirken eine Neuwahl angeordnet.

Die zwei Wahllokale befinden sich im Bezirk Nam Pong in der Provinz Khon Kaen. Die Ergebnisse stimmten laut EC nicht mit der Anzahl der Wahlbeteiligten überein.

In sechs weiteren Wahlbezirken muss die Wahl wegen Unregelmäßigkeiten wiederholt werden, und zwar in Lampang (2), Yasothorn, Petchabun, Phitsanulok und Bangkok.

Die EC erwartet, dass die Abstimmung nach dem thailändischen Neujahrsfest stattfindet, obwohl es kurz vor dem 9. Mai wäre – dem Datum, an dem die endgültigen Wahlergebnisse bestätigt und bekannt gegeben werden müssen

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  1. Avatar berndgrimm sagt:

     

    Old guard can't halt the turning tide

    • 6 Apr 2019

    The wind of change is blowing. It's only just a breeze now really. But already it has caused quite a stir. A frenzy of mud-slinging against the new up-and-coming party and its freshmen politicians has…
    When the Future Forward Party (FFP) was being formed, people looked at them condescendingly. After all, they were just a bunch of new and inexperienced faces attempting to play in the big league.
    But once the party and its leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit scored a major surprise, all hell broke loose. All roads bearing knives and venom lead to Thanathorn and the FFP. All sorts of complaints… have been laid against the party, Mr Thanathorn and secretary-general Piyabutr Saengkanokkul. Some of these allegations are old news that happened way before the party existed. Most of the allegations…
    are politically motivated and simply ridiculous attempts to stop the party's and Mr Thanathorn's meteoric rise. Everybody knows it. The military bosses know it but they don't care what people think…
    so long as they achieve their sinister objectives. A seasonal change usually brings inclement weather. And so this stormy political weather is to be expected. The establishment is being shaken up to… to its core, not by its traditional enemy but by an unknown, untested force with an army of young, enthusiastic followers.
    The rise of the FFP and its so-called "Futuristas" scares the military and its conservative flock to such a degree they are resorting to the tactics of past eras past that may eventually led to mindless… violence against fellow citizens. Old clips, old writings, old spoken words have been dug up from years ago to level against both Mr Thanathorn and Mr Piyabutr. Hate speech has been slung against them…

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    Als alter 68er der im Alter von 5 Jahren an der Hand seiner Mutter

    die Niederschlagung des 17.Junis in der DDR miterlebte

    und 1968 zufällig beruflich in Prag war und dort die Niederschlagung

    des Prager Frühlings miterlebte (auf meiner ersten Geschäftsreise in den Osten!)

    und der die gesellschaftliche Entwicklung in Thailand seit 1986 miterlebt

    bin ich natürlich nicht nur vollkommen einig mit diesem Kommentar

    sondern wünsche Thailand sehr dass Thanathorn und seine Partei möglichst

    lange noch einen Stachel ind den A…. der Herrschenden stechen.

    Thanathorn ist sicherlich ein anderes Kaliber als Thaksins Hassprediger!

    Umso mehr ärgert es mich dass die westlichen Journalisten die sonst

    jeden Blödsinn aus Thaksins Propagandamaschine fraglos nachbeten

    plötzlich so ruhig sind.

    Thanathorn ist neben dem gescheiterten Abhisit der Einzige der

    Thailand zurück in die internationale Wertegemeinschaft bringen will!

    Und er ist der Einzige der Thailand wirklich zukunftsfähig machen will

    und nicht nur Sprechblasen produziert wie die 4.0 Volksverarscher von Vorgestern.

  2. Avatar berndgrimm sagt:

    FFP boss rejects NCPO claim Thanathorn denies helping activist flee 5 Apr 2019

    Future Forward Party (FFP) leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit denied allegations on Thursday by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) that he helped an anti-coup demonstrator evade arrest in…2015

    Mr Thanathorn spoke during an interview on TV, saying that on May 22, 2015, a young and pro-democracy group calling themselves the New Democracy Movement (NDM) had gathered in front of the Bangkok Art…
    Mr Thanathorn said that on that day about 200 people turned up at the police station to give moral support to the demonstrators and he was one of them. After that, the Pathumwan police set them free…
    "On that day, after I gave them moral support, my driver drove me home. When my car was on Rama IV Road, I came across one of the demonstrators. That demonstrator was Rangsiman Rome and I opened the car…
    window to ask where he was walking to and why he was alone. "He told me that he was calling a taxi after which I told him I would drive him. I wanted to take care of him because he had just been freed…
    because he had just been freed from the police station after he had been fighting for freedom. That's it. My driver told me that on that day my car was followed by a state car," he said.

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    Ich möchte noch folgendes dazu sagen:

    2015 gab es lange noch keine Aussicht auf Wahlen und auch noch keine Future Forward Partei, aber jeder einflussreiche Thai der in die Nähe der paar

    demonstrierenden Studenten  kam wurde vom militärischen Geheimdienst

    verfolgt. Ich war in den ganzen Jahren nur einmal Zeuge einer studentischen

    Protestaktion und ich war entsetzt wie brutal und gewalttätig von mehreren

    hundert Polizisten und Militärs auf vielleicht 20 -30 Studenten (auch Mädchen)

    eingeprügelt wurde.

    Dort zeigte dieses "gute" Militärregime sein wahres Gesicht!

    Ich war ja 2010 bei Thaksins Volksrevolutionsoper dabei.

    Und obwohl es dort Tote durch Schusswaffen gab habe ich,

    jedenfalls bis zum 29.April keine solche Brutalität der "Ordnungskräfte" erlebt!

    Bei dem grossen Finale im Mai war ich nicht dabei aber konnte es

    in D ausgiebig im Fernsehen sehen.

    Thailand sollte froh sein dass es überhaupt noch ein paar aktive Jugendliche hat

    die sich engagieren! Die Mehrzahl der Thai Jugendlichen ist total passiv

    und kümmert sich ausschliesslich um ihr eigenes Wohlergehen,

    so wie sie es von den meisten Eltern vorgelebt bekommen!

    Ich wünsche Thanathorn noch viel mehr Hype und Zulauf.

    Auch wenn dies keine Lebensversicherung für ihn ist sondern das Gegenteil!

     

  3. Avatar berndgrimm sagt:

    Parties seek fresh polls and recounting of votes

    Breaking News April 05, 2019 01:00

    By KAS CHANWANPEN
    THE NATION

     

    SAY DISCREPANCIES GO FAR BEYOND THE EIGHT POLLING STATIONS IDENTIFIED BY EC 

     

    POLITICAL PARTIES yesterday called on the Election Commission (EC) to reveal each polling station’s ballot count and hold new elections or re-count ballots in more than just the eight centres where it claims to have found discrepancies. 

    Pheu Thai Party MP candidate for Samut Prakan province, Chatchai na Bangchang, filed a complaint with the EC yesterday, calling on the agency to re-count the ballots as well as investigate the conduct of local election referees. 

    Several irregularities have been reported, he said, adding that in some stations there was an inconsistency in the numbers even after the ballots were counted twice, while referees in other polling stations refused to let observers in. 

     

    Mahachon Party’s Palinee Ngamprink, a transgender MP better known as Pauline, filed a similar petition yesterday, calling on the EC to disclose the election results in detail. 

    She emphasised that according to unofficial results announced the day after the election, her party had won more than 390,000 votes, but later the EC claimed Mahachon Party had only won some 17,000 votes. 

    Future Forward Party also yesterday called on the EC to reveal the results of the more than 92,000 polling stations nationwide to ensure transparency. 

    The party said its members had tried contacting individual polling stations for results, but they were turned away by officials who said the information was confidential. 

    The EC commissioners had on Wednesday decided that ballots would be recounted in two polling stations, while re-election will be held in six others.

    Major discrepancies in ballots cast and voter turnout were reported in 10 polling stations, but EC deputy secretary-general Sawang Boonmee said yesterday that the case had already been settled in four of them. 

    The two polling stations where the ballots will be recounted are in Khon Kaen province. Sawang said the number of ballots counted, the voter turnout and the number of ballots cast did not tally. Such inconsistencies could mean some ballots have either gone missing or have been taken out of the polling stations, a phenomenon that the EC has been referring to as “skippy ballots”. 

    The six polling stations where a by-election will be held are in Lampang, Yasothon, Phetchabun, Phitsanulok and Bangkok provinces. The EC official explained that a re-election was required because the number of voters and ballots used were inconsistent and officials were unable to identify the cause. 

    “The MP election law states that the EC can order a re-count or a re-election if there is proof showing the election in that constituency was unfair or the counting was incorrect,” Sawang said. 

    The candidates in the constituencies requiring a new election will remain the same, he said, adding that they can campaign for votes but the budget will be reduced in line with the law. 

    In Bangkok, the station that will require a by-election is in Bang Kapi district, where several parties have demanded a re-count or re-election due to massive irregularities. 

    Future Forward Party, which was also one of the complainants, remained dissatisfied, saying a re-election in one area will not make much difference to the election result of an entire constituency. Irregularities have been reported in many polling stations in the Bang Kapi constituency, the party said. 

    As for the four polling stations that will face no action despite discrepancies, the EC official said this was because the electoral officials were able to explain what had happened. 

    He said that in most cases, voters had torn up their ballots after marking the wrong box and were not aware that this was unlawful. In one case, he said, a voter had mistakenly put a copy of his ID card on an A4 sheet of paper in the ballot box and taken the ballot home. 

    The referees found the copy of the voter’s ID card while counting the ballots and were able to track down the voter. They discovered the ballot paper in the voter’s car and charged him with illegally taking the ballot out of the polling station.

     

    Zunächst mal muss ich meine Verwunderung über die Nation ausdrücken!

    Nachdem sie in der letzten Woche ihrem von den Thaksinisten gegebenen

    Spitznamen "Stürmer" alle Ehre gemacht hat und selbst Stephff ihre

    dümmliche Propaganda für dieses Militärregime ausmalen musste,

    kehrt sie Heute zu "normalem" (?) Journalismus zurück.

    Zur Sache selber:

    Natürlich sollte es Neuwahlen geben und zwar erst nach der grossen Show

    die man besser nach Tutzing hätte verlegen sollen!

    Notwendig wären auch neue Wahlzettel und natürlich eine neue Wahlkommission,

    und zählen sollten am besten Ausländer uter der Aufsicht von Bad Joke

    um sicher zu stellen dass nur Stimmen für "gute" Kandidaten gezählt werden!

    Ich bin zwar 68er , aber die Situation erinnert an Russland 1917

    oder gar Frankreich 1789! Übrigens, der 14.Juli ist dieses Jahr ein Sonntag,

    wäre also als Wahltag durchaus geeignet!

    Ich persönlich glaube nicht dass sich dieses Regime auf eine Neuwahl

    einlassen kann. Die Angst vor einer noch grösseren Wahlschlappe

    ist viel zu gross.

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