Just the issues: Piyabutr Saengkanokkul

Piyabutr Saengkanokkul was the Secretary General of the Future Forward Party. He, along with the party’s executive committee, was banned from politics for ten years by the Constitutional Court in a contentious decision.

Do you support gay marriage?

Yes

Do you support abortion rights for women?

Yes

Is climate change real and should we spend money to fight it?

Yes it is and yes we should

Should we increase minimum wage?

Not only should we increase it, there should be Universal Basic Income

Should marijuana be legal?

Yes it should

Should prostitution be legal?

It depends on the situation. As long as the patriarchy is in place, it is open to abuses by men. We need to address the system and find ways for women to leave the business.

Should we get rid of the military draft?

Yes

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