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Bhumjai Thai has both poorest, richest MPs with Bt5,000 in cash, Bt4.67 billion in assets

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For politicians in general, ...and dictatorial Generals, it's rather a good thing to have a party like BJT in Thailand, ...as a negative 'benchmark', making all the others look like not-really-that-bad... This despicable bunch, each one of able to sell its 'soul'(?!?) to plunge its snout in the trough, has at so many occasions shown the bottom of the political bog is still not yet reached. Incredible! A hint: BJT, start a 'corruption university', delivering 'masters' degrees' for graduates from the mafia organisations worldwide, you could teach them so much more than what they could already learn elsewhere! You're the top, the best, the most rotten, stinking, depraved of all!

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I have to ask why rich people want to become MsP if their only desire is to represent their constituents. 

 

Makes more sense if their real desire is to secure a place at the trough for themselves and their cronies and represent their increasing wealth.

 

Be careful Thailand, this sort of disparity eventually disrupts political stability.

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On August 24, 2019 at 12:36 AM, HeyHeyHey said:

Pathetic

 

A country with GDP per capita $6600 while most of the government are billionaires and the who you shall not speak about one of the richest persons on the planet

GDP per cap is a very deceiving measure. Thailand is high up on the inequity list of countries. A few very rich with most poor. Median wealth per adult in US dollars is only $1085. That ranks 132 which is truely shamefull. 

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_wealth_per_adult

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