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Future Forward’s Piyabutr given nine days to clarify various allegations

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Future Forward’s Piyabutr given nine days to clarify various allegations

 

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BANGKOK, 19 April 2019 (NNT) - The Technology Crime Suppression Division has given Future Forward Party’s Secretary-General time to submit his statement against charges of contempt of the constitutional court and violation of the Computer Crimes Act, by 25th April.

 

Future Forward Party’s secretary-general Piyabutr Saengkanokkul has revealed after acknowledging charges against him by the National Council for Peace and Order, concerning his alleged contempt of the Constitutional Court and violation of the Computer Crimes Act after being summoned by the Technology Crime Suppression Division (TCSD), saying that he remains confident of Thailand’s justice system and the work of investigators and related officers.

 

The TCSD has given Mr Piyabutr nine days to gather his witnesses and evidence, and to submit his statement regarding the allegations by 25th April.

 

TCSD Spokesman Pol Col Siriwat Deepor has confirmed Mr Piyabutr will not be retained at this time as the case is still undergoing the necessary investigation, while his case will be processed justly, upholding the freedom and rights of all parties.

 

Acknowledgement of Mr Piyabutr’s charges was observed by delegates from the United Nations, and a National Human Rights Commissioner Mrs Angkhana Neelaphaijit.

 

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26 minutes ago, Srikcir said:

Apparently his crime was to publicly scrutinize the Court and disagree to its dissolution of the Thai Raksa Chart Party.

While the Constitution allows freedom of speech, apparently such freedom should be personally held (talk to oneself?) and not publicly presented. In other words, Thais have the freedom to think but not to EXPRESS. Meanwhile, the Prayut government and the NCPO are free to criticize anything and anybody regardless of any foundation for such statements, and waive the Constitution and laws without accountability.

 

I anticipate that if Prayut is "elected" PM that Thai People's freedoms and rights might be further denigrated by more junta-appointed NLA laws that will essentially make Prayut electoral proof (PM for life?).

How? In comfort of securing PM but prior to endorsement (aka "installation") of the new government and dissolution of the NCPO, Prayut as Chief of the NCPO can issue more Orders that have constitutional authority to politically safeguard his elected PM position (in perpetuity?) and assure that the current NLA passes those orders into law which it is currently doing with currently issued Orders.

Taken from the Hun Sen book on "Staying in power in a 'democracy'!!!"

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2 hours ago, Srikcir said:

Apparently his crime was to publicly scrutinize the Court and disagree to its dissolution of the Thai Raksa Chart Party.

While the Constitution allows freedom of speech, apparently such freedom should be personally held (talk to oneself?) and not publicly presented. In other words, Thais have the freedom to think but not to EXPRESS. Meanwhile, the Prayut government and the NCPO are free to criticize anything and anybody regardless of any foundation for such statements, and waive the Constitution and laws without accountability.

 

I anticipate that if Prayut is "elected" PM that Thai People's freedoms and rights might be further denigrated by more junta-appointed NLA laws that will essentially make Prayut electoral proof (PM for life?).

How? In comfort of securing PM but prior to endorsement (aka "installation") of the new government and dissolution of the NCPO, Prayut as Chief of the NCPO can issue more Orders that have constitutional authority to politically safeguard his elected PM position (in perpetuity?) and assure that the current NLA passes those orders into law which it is currently doing with currently issued Orders.

Welcome to Thailand, Hun Sen is doing a similar job next door so Prayut and his entourage thought they'd follow suit!

Eliminate all possible opposition & enjoy the spoils of victory!

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As Thailand falls deeper into the hole

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Being in contempt of that particular court is almost inevitable, unless you've had your brain surgically removed.

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17 hours ago, webfact said:

his case will be processed justly, upholding the freedom and rights of all parties.

Huh? When did that start?

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 Mr. Lots of fancy watches , who i like to call Mr Turtle Face, is a 'khon dee'. Naturally being one if the good people he can do no wrong. And as an old turtle, he needs time, so months rather than days is only fair!

 

Piyabutr, Thanathorn and such are not 'khon dee'. They clearly are closet communists and republicans so a swift verdi..  trial and only days to prepare is just. Bonus if the military court can get involved. We must respect the good people and the excellent work of the justice system and independent parties. Foreigners simply don't understand and Thai who ask questions are actually not Thai...

 

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Future Forward is popular with young people.

So we need to stop a populist forward looking agenda. Nip it in the bud. LOS

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