The Election Commission of Thailand, May 10 – The Election Commission of Thailand clarified that Chuwit made a false statement about the pre-election in Hat Yai. People unable to exercise their rights are more than the number of registered people. as mentioned Warning: Do not like, press share or pass on.
Today (May 10, 2023), the Office of the Election Commission of Thailand (EC) clarified the case of Mr. Chuvit Kamolwisit's press conference that advance polling stations outside the constituencies in Hat Yai, Songkhla Province, had 2,047 registered voters, but there were 2,047 people who came to vote. Rights on that day, 2,628 people, more than the number of 581 registered people. The news is completely false.
The Election Commission would like to clarify that The news is false. because Hat Yai district There are 3 pre-election constituencies from fact-checking. No constituency has the same number as the news number. and would like to clarify that The number of people who came to vote in advance voting in all 3 districts. None of the districts had more than the number of registered voters.
The Election Commission also warned that Anyone who shares such news by liking, sharing, retweeting, reposting on YouTube, Tik Tok, forwarding via Line to various groups or other communication channels will be guilty accordingly Computer Crime Act 2017, Section 14, imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years or a fine not exceeding 100,000 baht, or both. – Thai News Agency
Source: Thai News Agency