Thai public gives a passing grade to the Pheu Thai government

I’m not going to rant on thai politics, I prefer to sleep with a calm mind, but given the potential that the current government has on hand today to actually push through more policies, projects etc etc I’ve been disappointed by their performance thus far, then again no Thai government has impressed me since Thaksin’s first term in charge.

The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce asked 1,200 ordinary people and 800 businessmen to evaluate the performance of the government.

Thanavath Phonvichai, the vice-president for research, said the government got a marginal passing mark for economic policies that still resulted in growth despite last year’s floods and the euro-zone crisis.

Source: Bangkok Post

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