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Phraya Manopakorn Nititada
Phraya Manopakorn Nititada ( th, พระยามโนปกรณ์นิติธาดา; ; born Kon Hutasingha ( th, ก้อน หุตะสิงห์; ); 15 July 1884 – 1 October 1948) was the first Prime Minister of Siam after the Siamese Revolution of 1932 as he was selected by the leader of the Khana Ratsadon, People's Party – the party that instigated the revolution. However, in the following year, Manoparkorn was ousted by a coup in 1933 due to the conflicts between members of People's Party. Early life Kon Hutasingha was born on 15 July 1884 in Bangkok to Huad and Kaew Hutasingha (Thai language, Thai: นายฮวด กับนางแก้ว หุตะสิงห์), both of whom were of Thai Chinese, Chinese extraction. He received his primary education at Suankularb Wittayalai School in Bangkok. He pursued his law education at Assumption College (Thailand), Assumption College and at the Law School of the Ministry of Justice. He then ...
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