THAILAND: Finance Minister’s resignation is another blow for Prayuth

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Finance Minister Predee Daochai resigned after 26 days in office. He cited health reasons, but the dominant speculation in Bangkok is that he found the ministry’s politics to be unmanageable. As reported by the Bangkok Post, Predee had earlier disagreed with his deputy, Santi Prompat, a politician from the leading People’s State Power Party (PPRP), over a ministerial reshuffle, and this was likely one of his many internal battles. A career banker for 38 years with Kasikorn Bank, Predee did not have a political base before joining the cabinet; his main connection to the government was as a
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