In a formal proclamation, His Majesty the King has bestowed his royal endorsement upon the newly appointed members of the cabinet, as put forth by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin.
The eagerly awaited cabinet roster, containing a total of 34 members, was officially unveiled in the Royal Gazette on the 2nd of September. In a notable dual role, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin will also assume the crucial position of finance minister within this cabinet formation.
The upcoming pivotal moment for the newly appointed cabinet is the imminent audience with His Majesty, slated for a solemn swearing-in ceremony on Tuesday, the 5th of September. Subsequently, the cabinet is poised to make its policy statement before Parliament later this week, adding a layer of anticipation to the unfolding political landscape. The first official gathering of the cabinet is scheduled for the 11th of September.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is charting his international agenda, as he is slated to depart the nation on the 19th of September. His destination is the 78th General Assembly of the United Nations, taking place in the vibrant city of New York. During this crucial diplomatic gathering, the Prime Minister and other esteemed cabinet members will actively participate in high-level meetings throughout the span of the 78th Session, which is scheduled from the 18th to the 26th of September.