Kosit Suvinitjit, independent candidate for the March 3 Bangkok governor election, at Khao San Road with his campaign team. Kosit Suvinitjit’s campaign team hold banners depicting Mr Kosit’s image. The independent candidate drew N. 10, making him the 10th candidate on the ballot paper.
“He is a former CEO of Media of Medias company and Spring News channel. Besides being involved in the media industry, he was an advisor to many ministers. He is running as an independent candidate because, he claims, party candidates can not fix the problems and political issues we face, as they are the source of these problems. Under the concept “24-hour Bangkok,” Kosit would launch four policies to deal with our problems instantly: reducing traffic by putting more road signs, developing the education system (especially raising the standard of provincial schools), preparing for AEC culturally and economically, and providing 24-hour services for safety.” (The Asia City Network)