In a December interview, Satitra Thananithichoti, an academic with expertise in polling and analysis, raised concerns with prime minister candidate polls. After the publication of the December poll, Sangsit announced that he will no longer publish polls under the university's name to protect the institution from criticism. On 10 January, the Bangkok Post reported that 24 February date for the election is no longer possible because the government has not published a royal decree and the EC would need at least 45 days to prepare the election. Although the election date has to be set by the Election Commission, they cannot do so until the government issues a royal decree formally announcing the election. Retrieved 26 December Pheu Thai and Future Forward announced a seven-party alliance soon after the election, but were unable to form a government. In response, former EC commissioner Somchai Srisutthiyakorn said the coronation doesn't affect the election and the previously promised 24 February date is still possible. Retrieved 30 November The results were a major upset for the Democrat Party, which came in fourth place, and Abhisit promptly resigned as party leader on election night.
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