MFP leader vows to deal with Bangkok’s visitors, flooding, and air air pollution

In a gathering yesterday with Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt, Move Forward Party (MFP) chief and prime ministerial candidate Pita Limjaroenrat pledged to address 21 main issues plaguing the capital city. These issues include visitors congestion, flooding, and PM 2.5 air pollution. Off-limits was also attended by several MFP MPs-elect for Bangkok and Bangkok councillors, signalling a strong collaboration between the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and the potential future authorities.
Pita, who’s presently leading the formation of the following government, expressed his dedication to working intently with the BMA. Discussing the city’s vital issues, similar to PM2.5 mud pollution, Pita highlighted that the BMA only has authority over emissions from four-wheeled autos. He famous that tackling emissions from larger automobiles, which additionally contribute to air air pollution, would require the involvement of related ministries.
During the assembly, the MFP chief knowledgeable Governor Chadchart of his plan to propose forty five new legal guidelines particularly related to the BMA in parliament. One of these proposed legislations would require, for the first time, the election of district chiefs in Bangkok. This would mean that every district in the metropolis would have its personal mayor reporting to the governor. Pita believes that this approach would improve metropolis administration and permit residents of every district to be instantly concerned in the process, The Pattaya News reported.
This morning, it was reported that heavy rainfall and floods are expected to hit fifty four provinces in Thailand, with a 70% likelihood of precipitation across the nation, and Bangkok may face flash floods..

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