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New parliament way behind schedule

By The Nation

 

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Wilas Chanpitak

 

Wilas Chanpitak, former Democrat Party politician and the ex-chairman of the house committee on corruption prevention and suppression, told the press December 8 that the construction of the new parliament was way behind the schedule.

 

He added that he would be giving details of the case to the National Anti-Corruption Commission and the State Audit Office of the Kingdom of Thailand to inspect the process of construction.

 

Wilas added that the information was leaked by an official who alleged that certain contracts had been illegally extended, such as the infrastructure contract awarded to Sino-Thai.

 

Moreover, he believed that a fine of Bt12.28 million a day should be imposed and that an investigation is needed to find out whether Sorasak Pienvej, Secretary of the House of Representatives, offered special treatment to the contractor or not.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30379212

 

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Graft has reached new highs under Buck Banana and General Rolex ...

 

So much for ending corruption lol , what they really meant was stopping corruption for everyone but themselves .

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Who would ever know the level of corruption and graft that this horrible edifice has created.....?

It's been going for years and can only be a trough, that's bigger than most !

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All they have to do is walk across the hall into the Transport Ministry and Health ministry and ask Anutin what is going on........

 

Or the Democrats are just twisting the knife a little bit!

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

Moreover, he believed that a fine of Bt12.28 million a day should be imposed and that an investigation is needed to find out whether Sorasak Pienvej, Secretary of the House of Representatives, offered special treatment to the contractor or not.

Lol

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Just how many arms of government does this tiny country need?

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