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At their final campaign rallies on Friday night before the general election on Sunday, political parties presented their closing arguments to the electorate.

Key players and prime ministerial contenders summarized what their parties have done for Thailand and its people thus far or plan to accomplish in the future, and they pledged to do even more if they win what they all desire: power.

Politicians who were attempting to connect with voters sometimes become emotional.

One of them was current Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, who is also the top candidate for the position from the United Thai Nation Party.

While addressing a gathering, General Prayut’s eyes were filled with tears as he declared his resolve to continue working for the welfare of all Thais despite his current difficulties and suffering.He urged supporters to turn up in droves at polling places at his final rally at Bangkok’s Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.

Prayut pleaded with the crowd, “Don’t let me fight alone.”

Political observers predict that his 14-month-old party will receive a tremendous amount of support in the South, where Prayut is still highly well-liked.Paetongtarn Shinawatra, a candidate for prime minister from the Pheu Thai Party, started crying as well during her party’s final rally at the Impact Arena in Nonthaburi.

She assured fans that “everybody will live a comfortable life with dignity” if the party, which is currently in the lead in the polls, wins handily.

Thoughts about her father, former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was overthrown in a coup in 2006 and has been living in self-exile since 2008, were the subject of her most moving remarks.

Thaksin recently threatened to go back to Thailand, even if it meant spending time in prison.

His youngest child, Paetongtarn, informed the audience that her father had vowed to counsel Pheu Thai from behind bars.

She remarked as her eyes filled with tears, “If Pheu Thai wants him to give advice while he is in jail on how to get the country out of its crisis, he is happy to do so.”

The 12-year sentence against Thaksin was handed down in his absence, but the two-year prison term for misuse of authority was set to expire in 2018.

He just declared he will go back to Thailand before his birthday on July 26. He is the patriarch of Pheu Thai.

Pita Limjaroenrat, the Move Forward Party’s lone candidate for prime minister, promised supporters that he would serve as “the prime minister of all Thais”. According to recent polls, he is the most well-liked contender for prime minister, slightly ahead of Paetongtarn.We are prepared to serve everyone, regardless of whether you agree with us or not and regardless of whether you support us or not, he declared during the party’s final rally at Stadium 1 in the Bangkok Youth Centre.

“Select the future rather than the past. Vote with optimism rather than fear, Pita said.Abhisit Vejjajiva, a former leader of the Democratic Party, expressed his gratitude to the Thai people for their support during his tenure as prime minister. Between December 2008 until August 2011, a turbulent time in Thai politics, he served in that capacity.

He addressed supporters at the Democrat Party’s final rally at Bangkok’s Lan Kon Muang plaza that the party has established various beneficial policies over the course of its lengthy existence that are still in effect today.

Thailand’s oldest political party is the Democratic Party. 77 years ago, the party was founded.

Anutin Charnvirakul, the leader of the Bhumjaithai Party and its lone candidate for prime minister, claimed that the party had put in a lot of effort as a member of the ruling coalition that was established following the 2019 election.

He assured supporters at Show DC mall in Bangkok that voters are aware of the accomplishments of his party and that Bhumjaithai will increase its representation in the 500-seat House of Representatives in the upcoming election.

In the most recent vote, it received 51.The single candidate for prime minister from the Palang Pracharath Party, General Prawit Wongsuwan, pledged to carry out all of the party’s policies if elected.

Prawit, 77, declared that this election is his “final mission” to the audience gathering at Stadium 2 in the Bangkok Youth Center.

He claimed that his desire to give back to the nation is what drives him, and if elected, he has promised to bring prosperity and an end to internal strife.Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan, the leader of the Thai Sang Thai Party and a former Pheu Thai candidate for prime minister, pledged to enhance social benefits for Thai nationals from infancy to old age.

She told supporters in Bangkok’s Parc Paragon that Thai Sang Thai is the solution for voters tired of political turmoil, “the uncles,” and other social and economic issues.

The generals Prayut and Prawit are referred to in this context as “the uncles”.

Chart Korn Chatikavanij, the head of the Pattana Kla Party, pledged to fight against monopolies to advance the welfare of all people. His party was predicted to win one seat in the last nationwide survey conducted by Nation Poll prior to the election.

Former Democrat Party finance minister Korn did not compel people to cast their ballots only for members of his party. Vote for political parties that will serve Thai citizens, he advised.

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