Mr. Phakkaratorn Tianchai, Deputy Governor of Chonburi, said “The reason we got the candidates for Pattaya Mayor and the Pattaya City Council Members to sign an agreement is because we want harmony in the election. We want the election to be transparent, honest and fair. By signing the agreement all parties agree that there will be no corruption and no unlawful activities involved.”
There are four candidates running for the position of Pattaya Mayor this year, and the following numbers of district councilors: nine in District 1; eight in District 2; ten in District 3; and seven in District 4 -- all of whom signed the clean-elections agreement.
Each party has been campaigning all around Pattaya, with the ‘We Love Pattaya’ party campaigning most recently around Sukhumvit Sois 65-67. Former Mayor and mayoral candidate Itthiphol Kunplome has also been visiting various communities, as well as hotels, in Pattaya to promote his tourism policies and his promotion of good health campaign.
Other candidates, such as Mr. Udomsak Chuenkrut, candidate Number 2, have begun to put campaign signs along Sukhumvit Road focusing on flood management, waste management and environment issues.
The election for Pattaya Mayor will take place at the Pattaya City Council on June 17 from 8 am-3pm, so don’t forget to go cast your vote if you are an eligible voter.
Former Pattaya Mayor and mayoral candidate Itthiphol Kunplome as he campaigns around Pattaya.
Former Pattaya Mayor and mayoral candidate Itthiphol Kunplome as he talks to locals and listen to their complaint.
Member of the Pattaya City council candidates as they visit various parts of Pattaya promoting their policies.
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