The leader of the party that won the election in Thailand said that after they form a government, they will pay special attention to the Myanmar issue. They will develop a humanitarian aid platform and work with the US government to implement the US Burma Acts. He said that he would meet with all those concerned with Myanmar affairs. If this is the case, it will be quite different from the government led by former general Prarut, who currently supports the military council. In the current situation, it is likely that the new Thai government will be formed in the form of a coalition of democratic forces. If they really become a government, it will definitely be a great support for the cause of Myanmar. The only thing that worries me is that the Thai military does not seize power like Myanmar. I pray.