33rd Military Circle Holds Meeting to Promote Referendum
CityNews – The 33rd Military Circle under command of General Commander Kosol Pratoomchat arranged a meeting to publicise the referendum, which will be held on August 7.
Kosol told reporters that he hoped that over 80% of Thai citizens would use their right to vote in the upcoming referendum on the newly drafted constitution.
Discussion about the referendum has been limited due to laws preventing negative opinions being shared about the constitution or the government.
100 Local Radio Moderators, 96 Broadcast Towers, and 20 representatives from Faculty of Mass Communication, Chiang Mai University were invited to the meeting to help motivate people to vote on August 7.