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Political parties start update membership database

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Existing political parties have stepped up their publicity campaign urging their party members to reconfirm their memberships at their respective head offices or branch offices starting tomorrow (April 1).

Order 53/2560 of National Council for Peace and Order chief instructs existing political parties to begin the process of reconfirming the memberships of their members starting on April 1 until the end of the month.

Pheu Thai Party’s official Facebook page published messages from the party core members encouraging party members to reconfirm their membership.

Pheu Thai acting secretary-general Phumtham Wechayachai wrote on his Facebook page that political party members are crucial for the strengthening of party system as he invited members of the party to show up at the party’s head office on New Phetburi road or branch offices across the country to reconfirm their memberships.

Those who wanted to reconfirm their membership are required to bring along their ID cards, household registration certificates and 100 baht registration fee.

An informed party source said the Pheu Thai party would call a general meeting once the NCPO lifts the ban on political activity.

Democrat secretary-general Juti Krairiksh has suggested party members to present their personal backgrounds via the party’s “D-Connect” mobile application before they show up to reconfirm their memberships to speed up the process.

Bhumjaithai party leader Anutin Charnviraku said he was not worried with the membership reconfirmation of his party members, saying that the party has made necessary arrangements to provide convenience to its members.

Both the Democrat and Bhnumjaithai parties will separately announce the standpoints of the parties on Sunday in a move seen as an attempt to convince their members to maintain their membership status.

Pheu Thai Party, meanwhile, reportedly scheduled to make public statement on the party’s next move on April 4.

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