- No confidence motion will fail, fuelling anti-government sentiment and contributing to increasing protests in coming months
- Government stimulus designed to alleviate socioeconomic concerns unlikely to end unrest in absence of broader political reforms
- Increasing use of lese majeste law will raise reputational concerns for foreign firms with ties to military and royal-affiliated companies
Parliamentary speaker Chuan Leekpai said on 10 February that a no confidence debate against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-Cha and 10 other ministers would go ahead as planned from 16-19 February.
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