The government of Thailand initiated the process of ascending to the throne, the new king. Kronprinz Maha Vajiralongkorn can take his throne on Thursday, December 1. Tuesday, November 29, he left his home in Germany and went to Bangkok.

A meeting of the National legislative Assembly, which confirmed the intention to invite the new king to rule by Thailand, was held on Tuesday, November 29. The Bangkok Post notes that Ministers and parliamentarians came to a ceremony in white robes,and the opening session was chosen the most opportune moment. During the short parliamentary session, the members of Parliament exclaimed, “long live the king!”, as this is a requirement.

It is assumed that in a day officials expect to get an audience with the crown Prince. As reminds the edition, the late king Rama IX decided to give the throne to his only son in 2002. The Prince will become the tenth king of the Chakri dynasty.

His Highness was born on 28 July 1952. He received his primary education in Thailand, then went to school Millfield in Somerset, United Kingdom, and the Royal school in Sydney, Australia. His education was accompanied by military training at the war College of Duntroon in Canberra, Australia. The training program consisted of special training, mastering the unconventional tactics of warfare and advanced navigation training in USA, UK and Australia. The Prince is a qualified helicopter pilot. In 1975, he served as an officer in the Royal Thai army – beginning in the headquarters of military intelligence and then headed the service of the king’s bodyguards.

In 2005 Maha Vajiralongkorn received the right of control of Boeing 737-400 and the certificate of the pilot of civil aviation. In may 2009, he celebrated achieving 3000 hours of flying time.

Thai media noted that in recent years, when king Bhumibol Adulyadej, gradually retired due to age and poor health, the Prince took on more ceremonial duties. At the same time, international news agencies for example Reuters, recall that most of my adult life, the Prince spent abroad and cannot claim the same level of dedication submitted, and his father.

The death of a beloved king Bhumibol on October 13 Thais plunged in the deepest mourning. The monarch, who remained on the throne longer than any other of Thailand’s kings, died at the age of 88 years. For decades, he played a stabilizing role in a country torn by violent conflict. It’s hard to tell whether his successor to resolve the backlog in society issues.

Frame X can be officially crowned only after the cremation of his father, which will be held next year. The construction of a pyre for the deceased king has already begun. It is expected that the ceremony will involve 8,000 people.

On the eve of an emergency session of Parliament, which took place on the day of the death of Rama IX, the crown Prince has asked Parliament not to rush into inviting him on the throne, so he had the opportunity to grieve along with the nation. A temporary Regent was the head of the Privy Council under king 96-year-old Prem Tinsulanonda.

The Thai Parliament has invited the X Frame to occupy his throne with shouts of “long live the king!” 29.11.2016

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