Government MPs Sunday hailed what they said was a "comfortable" first day of the no-confidence debate against three cabinet ministers, largely because the opposition was unable to find any new material.
Pheu Thai MP Udomdej Rattanasatien, government chief whip, said late Sunday evening that the government was ‘doing fine’ based on the censure debate's first day.
He claimed the opposition did not have provide any surprises, and lacked sufficient information to back up allegations of corruption against the three ministers. Much of the debate centred on issues that had been discussed in various House committees and was not new.
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