Mr Apirak to promote bio-gas produced from garbage if electedSeptember 27th, 2008 - 12:00 pm ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi
Bangkok Governor Candidate Number 5, Apirak Kosayodhin, calls on the voters to separate a local politics from a national one and says he will campaign for garbage recycling for the production of bio-gas.
Mr Apirak’s other policies include the renovation and establishment of more food courts and flea markets for people who work on weekends. He also says he will develop fresh markets to be a clean place and has a good garbage storage system.
Mr Apirak also says people who destroyed and stole his election signs violated laws and he believes that Thai people do not want to see violent election campaigns. The former governor urges the voters to use logic when deciding to vote for which governor candidate.
Source : National News Bureau, Public Relations Department of Thailand
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