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BANGKOK 24 July 2019 01:16
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NCCC members answerable to law like everybody else: Supreme Court

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13 hours ago, otherstuff1957 said:

I think that the real news here is that Thailand has 169!!! Supreme Court judges!

 

Why on Earth do they need so many?

So that when some of their mates end up in court they will be there to let them off?Maybe they like to share the work load with so many corruption cases to be heard.

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13 hours ago, otherstuff1957 said:

I think that the real news here is that Thailand has 169!!! Supreme Court judges!

 

Why on Earth do they need so many?

How many is enough for a country with 70 million population ?

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29 minutes ago, BestB said:

How many is enough for a country with 70 million population ?

America has 330 million people and 9 Supreme Court Judges so you would think no more than 9 would would be sufficient for Thailand.

 

For those curious as to why/how PPRP managed to secure 15-20% of the vote (yes, there was obvious cheating to get their number up over the 20% mark) - the votes came mostly from those who benefit from the current status quo - a bloated bureaucracy receiving above market rate salaries and perks. 

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Words, words, words - and empty words at that.

The mismatch between official Thailand's duplicitous, hypocritical rhetoric and the reality of this place is staggering - and it ain't going to change any time soon!

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

NCCC members answerable to law like everybody else: Supreme Court

Yeah right!

This comes from a journal that extracted the following from an editorial in a national newspaper.

 

"The NACC (NCCC) is a fake anti-corruption agency. It works as the junta demands. It ignores cases the junta wants ignored. As the Post points out, The anti-corruption drive is compromised:

One of the first high-ranking people to be accused of corruption was a four-star army general. But Gen Preecha Chan-o-cha [Prayuth’s brother] was never prosecuted. Former army chief and former deputy defence minister, Gen Udomdej Sitabutr [a Prayuth supporter], was responsible for the construction of the extremely controversial Rajabhakti Park but there were no consequences"

 

"The Post recognizes that the NACC is a puppet institution, observing:

Pol Gen Watcharapol’s NACC decided not to pursue blatant, obvious and even admitted nepotism by many members of the junta-appointed National Legislative Assembly".

 

https://thaipoliticalprisoners.wordpress.com/tag/watcharapol-prasarnrajkit/

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7 hours ago, BestB said:

There is new sheriff in town, just being general does not save you any longer , unless you are general from correct side😉

Nah. Old Sheriff uncle Tuu. Same, same but same!!😏🙄😏🙄

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36 minutes ago, DPKANKAN said:

Nah. Old Sheriff uncle Tuu. Same, same but same!!😏🙄😏🙄

He is not a sheriff and he never was one.👍

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