Hmong 18 Clan in Thailand supports candidates to get elect in public offices

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Hmong 18 Clan in Thailand supports candidates to get elect in public offices.

SUAB HMONG NEWS (02/03/2018) – The Hmong 18 Clan organization in Thailand is supporting candidates to get elect to hold public offices in the upcoming election in Thailand.

CLICK HERE to watch Suab Hmong Special Edition interview the Hmong 18 Clan in Thailand.

Za Xeng Moua, President of Hmong18C Thailand, said there are 19 candidates will be seeking election with in the districts and there are 6 who will be part of the party.

“The 6 people that are part of the Party will receive the votes from the 19 candidates who lost the election” said Za Xeng Moua.

“We, Hmong, have been in Thailand for almost 200 years and we do not have position to voice our rights to get supports to maintain our culture and custom.  If the election goes the way we planned, we will have voice with other groups to get supports to maintain our culture and custom” said Za Xeng Moua.

The tentative election set for February 24, 2019.