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Winai Senniam

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Winai Senniam - October 20, 2009 was a Thai politician and parliamentarian who served in the House of Representatives of Thailand Senniam was a member of the Democrat Party of Thailand

Senniam was the younger brother of the Deputy Interior Minister Thaworn Senniam He obtained a bachelor's degree in law from Ramkhamhaeng University He also received a master's degree from the National Institute of Development Administration

He served as the deputy chairman of Phayathai District Council from 1985 until 1989 He was first elected as an MP representing Songkhla in southern Thailand beginning in 1992 He remained a Democratic member of parliament for Songkhla until his death in 2009

Senniam died at 11am on October 20, 2009, at the National Cancer Institute in Bangkok, Thailand, at the age of 51 He had been battling liver and colon cancer for the last three years of his life

Senniam's body was moved on October 22, 2009, to the Kho Hong temple in Songkhla's Hat Yai district for his funeral

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Democrat MP Winai Senniam dies" Bangkok Post October 20, 2009 Retrieved October 21, 2009 


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