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Thaksin´s zweites Kabinett
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28.04.05, 10:33 #1
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Thaksin´s zweites Kabinett
Thaksin´s Zweites Kabinett in der Schnellübersicht
translated and summarized from the ´Thailand Affairs´ section of adayweekly, Vol. 1, No. 44, March 17-April 7, 2005
Group of experts (4)
Visanu Kruangam: Deputy PM
Lawyer of the Thaksin Government who works on bureaucratic reform and law.
Sermsak Pongpanich: Deputy of Interior Minister
Dear husband of Senator Rabiebrat, he works favorably with Thaksin by following him like a shadow.
Rung Kaewdaeng: Deputy Education Minister
The leader who developed the policy on education reform which did not develop much.
Viset Joopiban: Deputy Energy Minister
Former MD of PTT who got this position to organize the EGAT privatization.
Political group (11)
Pinit Jarnsombat: Deputy PM
Former member of Seritham Party that merged with Thai Rak Thai Party. He is the leader of the Wang Payanak faction [payanak means serpent]
Warathep Rattanakorn: Deputy Finance Minister
One of Group #16 that disintegrated and merged with the New Aspiration Party (Kwam Wangmai) and moved to TRT. He belongs to the Wang Buaban faction.
Chaiyot Sasomsap: Deputy Finance Minister
He has been advisor for Somkid Jatusripitak and part of the Nakornprathom faction.
Nevin Chidchob: Deputy Agriculture and Cooperative Minister
Leader of the Buriram group and "Minister Yee" in every poll, but he works well in the eyes of Thaksin. [Making the sound “yee“ shows disapproval or distaste. Being a "Minister Yee" in every poll means people think that he is not appropriate to hold office because he has a reputation for cheating or shady dealings, etc.]
Preecha Laohapongchana: Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister
One of the important leaders of the Wang Payanak faction with ´Pinit.´ His accomplishment is getting lots of seats in Esarn for TRT.
Uraiwan Tienthong: Culture Minister
The wife of Sanoh Tienthong, the Godfather of Wang Namyen faction.
Suvit Kunkitti: ICT Minister
Former leader of the Kitsangkom Party. He and his team quit and moved to TRT. His accomplishments in dealing with the tsunami relief effort made him a minister again.
Somsak Tepsutin: Tourism and Sports Minister
The leader of Wang Namyom faction that put out branches from Wang Buaban.
Sorra-ut Klinpratum: Labour Minister
A TRT warlord of the central region. He belongs to the Wang Namyen faction.
Yongyuth Tiyapairat: Natural Resource and Environment Minister
Under the Wang Buaban faction. In charge of the Chiangrai Province area, he was able to get all the seats for TRT.
Suwat Lippatapunlob: Justice Minister
Former leader of Chat Pattana Party that was pressed to merge with TRT. He has a voter base in the big city areas such as Nakornratchasima.
Capital group (6)
Suriya Juengrungroengkit: Transport Minister
Has a family network in automobile parts and the golf business. Is part of the clan that runs the Summit Group and Thai Summit Group.
Suriya Lapvisuttisin: Deputy Commerce Minister
The owner of Picnic Gas which is a giant in the field of cooking gas and second only to PTT. He belongs to the Somsak Tepsutin group.
Wattana Muangsuk: Industry Minister
Nephew-in-law of those who run the CP Group which is known as a source of big capital on an international level.
Anuthin Chanvirakool: Deputy Public Health Minister
Capitalist of the Chat Pattana Party. The son of the owner of Sino-Thai Engineering which is one of the five construction contract groups. [We think this is an allusion to the ´gang of five´ Thai contractors that win, in turn, most major work in the country.]
Adisai Potharamik: Education Minister
The former president of Jasmine International Company Limited. He is a father of the 53rd richest stock market millionaire in 2004.
Pracha Malinon: Social Development and Human Security Minister
Capitalist, ex-big boss of TV Channel 3 Entertainment business which has high billing in Thailand.
Group of the connected persons (14)
Somkid Jatusripitak: Deputy PM and Finance Minister
The co-founder of TRT who helped set its policy from the beginning.
Pol. Gen. Chidchai Wannasatit: Deputy PM and Interior Minister
The senior member of the Military Preparatory School and a close friend of Thaksin. When he was a secretary at the office of the Narcotics Control Board, his performance won him favor in the government.
Suranan Vetchachiva: Office of PM Minister
He has worked as public relations for TRT since the beginning and he is the person closest to the media.
Tanong Pittaya: Deputy Commerce Minister
He is close to “Khun Ying Or“ [Thaksin’s wife] since he worked with the Shinawatra company.
Sudarat Keyuraphan: Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister
Minister who always works closely with Thaksin.
Poomtham Vetchayachai: Deputy Transport Minister
The founder and one of the most important persons who sets the strategy for the TRT election.
Somchai Soonthornwat: Deputy Interior Minister
Brother-in-law of Boonkli Plangsiri. He is the right hand man of the PM in the Shinawatra group.
Dr. Suchai Jaroenrattakun: Public Health Minister
He is the private doctor of the PM’s mother-in-law. He gets a high position moving from Deputy Minister to Minister.
Surakiat Satienthai: Deputy PM
He has been Foreign Minister for four years. Once one of the candidates to compete for the position of UN Secretary General.
Gen. Thammarak Issarangkool Na Ayuthaya: Defense Minister
One of the TRT founders who moves back into the post of Defense Minister after helping get seats [as campaign chief in the Northeast] for the election in Esarn.
Kantati Supamongkon: Foreign Affairs Minister
One of Thaksin followers since the party was founded.
Korn Tapparangsri: Science Minister
He is the heir of the ´Ratchakroo Era´ and was coddled by PM in gratitude. [Korn is Chatchai Chunhawan´s nephew. Chatchai was leader of Chat Pattana Party which was also known as the ´Ratchakroo group.´ So Korn defected from the party which he had helped found to join TRT. ]
Jaturon Chaisaeng: Deputy PM
Although he was not satisfied with the PM in the way he works, he has strong image and the status necessary for being minister.
Adisorn Piengket: Deputy Transport Minister
A protector of Thaksin in the House of Parliament. He can gain Thaksin’s mind by working hard on the election campaign.
28.04.05, 19:09 #2
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Da kann was nicht stimmen, ich finde mich nicht auf der Liste. Undankbares Volk! *grummel*
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