Campaign posters destroyed in Sattahip

Friday, 14 February 2014 From Issue Vol. XXII No. 7 By  Patcharapol Panrak

Temperatures are rising in Sunday’s Khet Udomsak council election as a candidate complained to police that someone was destroying campaign posters.

Rattanahcai Saengsri, head of Phalang Sattahip, went to Sattahip police after discovering that posters for three of six candidates in the Feb. 16 poll were shredded on Soi Wat Khaokhanman at the Yuttasart intersection.

Rattanahcai Saengsri points out that that posters for three of six candidates in the Feb. 16 poll were shredded on Soi Wat Khaokhanman at the Yuttasart intersection.Rattanahcai Saengsri points out that that posters for three of six candidates in the Feb. 16 poll were shredded on Soi Wat Khaokhanman at the Yuttasart intersection.

In addition to councilman’s re-election poster, placards for Moo 9 village chief Plern Kaewraemruan and Moo 6 village chief Wilailak Pichai also were destroyed.

Meanwhile, posters for non-politicians Prasong Watcharaphetranont, the owner of a bamboo juice delivery business, Pichet Panphet, a former Moo 3 government worker, and Piyarat Suksri, owner of a mushroom-breeding business, were left intact.

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