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Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) leader Prawit confirmed that he considered a reshuffle of party executives but now was not a good time for such changes. Party spokesman Patcharin noted that a rejig of executives could be unveiled "soon." Their comments sparked renewed chatter about potential for the ouster of Secretary General Thamanat, who allegedly plotted to unseat PM Prayuth during the recent censure debate. Bangkok Post sources said that Thamanat's position in the ruling party has weakened in the wake of his failed palace coup. Worth noting that PM Prayuth met with some senior PPRP members on Monday and they may have discussed a reshuffle of party executives.
- The news come after the PPRP asked the Election Commission to launch a probe into the main opposition Pheu Thai party, which could lead to its dissolution.