Racket restriction: Thai senators and EC officers ‘served’ ban from Thailand badminton court

A badminton court docket in northern Thailand introduced on its official Facebook page that Thai senators and Election Commission (EC) officers and their members of the family are banned from visiting or playing on the premises.
The Panda Arena badminton centre, in the northern province of Uttaradit, introduced on Facebook…
“Our badminton courtroom does not allow senators and EC authorities, along with their members of the family and relatives, to enter the premises. It might deliver misfortune to the court! Thank you.”
The badminton court docket confirmed that their services are only obtainable to sure senators and Members of Parliament who assist Move Forward Party leader Pita Limjaroenrat, the long run Prime Minister of Thailand. These supporters have been offered free entry to the badminton courts.
The post drew the eye of many Thai netizens, receiving over 16,000 reactions, 1,200 comments, and 2,900 shares.
Simple was broadly perceived as a response to the EC’s choice to ask the Constitutional Court to terminate Pita’s candidacy because of his shares within the media company, iTV.
The Panda Arena badminton courtroom didn’t stop at just one submit. Seven hours later, the Facebook page shared another message, stating…
“At Panda Arena, we purpose to nurture the youth who serve the nation somewhat than becoming slaves to others. If we don’t confront inaccuracies now, future generations will lose faith in us. Let’s go play badminton. Thank you.”
Additionally, Panda Arena introduced a special promotion for players carrying orange and purple shirts – two hours of free court usage solely on weekends to these sporting these colours.
The badminton court docket wasn’t the only one coming out in solidarity with Pita in opposition to the EC. Political activists all through Thailand’s many provinces held protests in response to EC proposals yesterday.
A Parliamentary meeting is at present ongoing, with the prime minister’s vote scheduled to begin at 5pm right now.
The major topic of debate revolves around Section 112 of the Criminal Law, also recognized as the lese majeste law, which Pita and the MFP plan to amend to assist people unfairly imprisoned for voicing their opinions..

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