Record breaking! Bangkok has highest turnout in voter historical past

The 2023 General Election witnessed the best voter turnout in Bangkok’s history. According to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), over 74% of eligible voters solid their ballots in the election yesterday.
Representatives from the BMA introduced the unofficial election end result from 6,360 polling stations in Bangkok in the early hours of this morning. Out of the 4,479,155 eligible voters, 3,339,664 exercised their proper to vote, which accounted for 74.28% of the whole voters. Among the entire ballots solid, 1,191,989 were valid, while forty eight,694 ballots have been invalid, and ninety eight,981 voters rejected all candidates.
Furthermore, the BMA also revealed an unofficial high 10 party-list Member of Parliament (MP) in Bangkok. The top 10 included Move Forward Party (MFP), Ruam Thai Sang Chart, Pheu Thai, Democrat or Prachatiphat, Thai Sang Thai, Chart Pattana Kla, Thai Liveral or Seree Ruam Thai, Bhumjaithai, Palang Pracharath, and Thai Pakdee.
According to Undiscovered reported by ThaiRath, the top five party-list MPs for the whole nation had been MFP (13,479,745 votes), Pheu Thai (10,315,469 votes), Ruam Thai Sang Chart (4,476,464 votes), Bhumjaithai (1,079,766 votes), and Democrat (872,795 votes).
MFP’s popularity and insurance policies led the get together to win unofficially in almost every district of Bangkok apart from the 20th constituency, Lat Krabang, the place the Pheu Thai Party’s Theerarat “Aim” Samrejwanit beat MFP’s Chumpon Lakkham by simply 4 votes.
Many voters in Lat Krabang, who monitored the vote rely on the polling station, expressed curiosity about the victory and urged the authorities to recount the votes. However, the recounting process is into account by the Election Commission of Thailand (EC). So, the candidate should submit the request and proof to the EC for further course of.
According to Matichon, the MFP additionally received the districts where 80% of voters were troopers. The party in second place in these districts was the Pheu Thai Party.
The polling stations closed at 5pm yesterday, and the counting process started instantly. Unofficial outcomes from every station have been announced progressively all through the night. The EC had planned to release the unofficial outcomes through a press release at 8.30pm yesterday, however it was later cancelled claiming that some polling stations had been affected by heavy rain..

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