Lawmaker Walks Out From Parliament Over ‘I Hear Too’ Remark

27.10.2020 - 02:41

BANGKOK — A leading opposition lawmaker on Monday chose to leave a parliamentary debate after he refused to withdraw his quotation of a popular insult adopted by pro-democracy protesters. While addressing the Parliament earlier today, Seri Ruam Thai Party chairman Sereepisut Temiyavet mentioned that he’s heard many protesters using the term “I Hear Too” in recent weeks – a disparaging slang that references PM Prayut Chan-o-cha’s nickname, Tuu.

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