Jatuporn Prompan

Jatuporn Prompan is a Thai politician and activist. He is one of the core leaders of the National United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship , also known as the Red Shirts, and a former Member of Parliament of the Pheu Thai Party.

Jatuporn was born in Amphoe Ban Na San, Surat Thani Province to Chuan Prompan and his wife Nuam Buakaew. At age 8, Jatuporn went to live with his older brother in Nakhon Si Thammarat. Following his fathers death in 1977, he stayed at Bangkoks Wat Bowonniwet temple, where his brother was then a Buddhist monk. He completed vocational school training in building construction, then volunteered to teach in a remote, mountainous area near Chiang Mai. He returned to Bangkokyears later and studied political science at open admission Ramkhamhaeng University, eventually graduating with a bachelors degree. Jatuporn is married and has three daughters.

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