The majority of the Thai parliamentary seats is Monday divided. Because with this division is no big winner, and the last election only in may be made known, there is still no clear visibility on a new government.
Of the total of 500 members of parliament there are 350 directly elected through the elections. The remaining seats will be distributed according to a formula based on the attendance rates.
Opposition party, Pheu Thai is currently with 138 seats, the largest member of parliament in the new parliament, it appears, on Monday, data from the national election commission. This political party has, since 2001, all elections are won.
There are 96 seats to Palang Pracharat, a party which the Thai general Prayuth Chan-ocha as prime minister wants to keep. The remaining 116 seats are split among smaller parties.
It is not yet known to which parties the 150 other seats go. That distribution will be on 9 may published.
Pheu Thai has ties with ex-premier
Pheu Thai has ties with former premier Thaksin Shinawatra, in 2006, was deposed by the army. His sister Yingluck, in 2011, premier was, is also enclosed. Both of them are in Thailand found guilty of corruption.
The kingdom in Southeast Asia has since the dismissal of Yingluck Shinawatra in 2014 a military government. The generals promised parliamentary elections were repeatedly postponed, but was eventually last Sunday.
Pheu Thai was previously known to be open to a coalition with other parties, who are against the military government. The legergezinde Palang Pracharat in its turn only collaborate with parties that share the same ideology to adhere to.