Thailand strikes out at ‘incorrect’ foreign reports following death of king


Amidst issues over fan to King Bhumibol Adulyadej, junta strongly insists constitution, royal laws and custom-mades are being properly observed

Thailand has actually specified it will inform the world about the royal succession following the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej after inaccurate foreign media security established misunderstanding and damage the experiences of its people.

The death of the revered king on 13 October after 7 years on the throne plunged the country into mourning and increased level of level of sensitivity about the monarchy.

The federal government has in fact specified Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn will succeed his daddy after an undefined period of grieving.

The princes main crowning will happen after the kings cremation and following a year-long authorities grieving period. The 96-year-old president of the royal privy council, Prem Tinsulanonda, has in fact been made regent throughout the interregnum.

The hold-up in the prince ending up being king has in fact raised speculation among Thailand scholars and specialists that the succession may not be as smooth as the federal government is specifying.

The prince has in fact made no public statement thinking about that the death of his father nevertheless has in fact paid homage every day at Bangkoks Grand Palace where the late king is depending upon state.

The foreign ministry did not explain specific report or outlets nevertheless specified stories had in fact produced misunderstanding and it wanted to prevent more inaccurate security.

We have in fact encouraged our ambassadors, consulates and representatives worldwide to inform significant state business and federal governments connecting to the succession which it is continuing inning accordance with the constitution and royal laws and custom-mades.