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Progressive Movement claims it was slandered over donation disbursement

 

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The Progressive Movement (Kao Na) issued a statement today to defend itself against, what it described as, dirty political slander over its allegedly opaque disbursement of about 7.5 million baht in public donations.

 

The movement staged fund raising concerts on May 1st and 2nd, called “May Day – May Day We Help”, to help artists and people affected by the closure of businesses and leisure activities during the lockdown.

 

In the statement, the movement said that it paid for the event from its own funds and donations, amounting to 7,751,783 baht in 15,383 transactions between May 1st and 3rd, were received, which were deposited in the Siam Commercial Bank account of Ms. Pannika Wanich. Altogether 7,529,000 baht was then distributed in 2,286 transactions, leaving 222,783 baht in the bank account by July 3rd.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/progressive-movement-claims-it-was-slandered-over-donation-disbursement/

 

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And again and again and again, and where it stops nobody knows. 

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somebody wants to be in power for ever, and when he dies, his son or brother will take over

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If it concerns Ms Pannika Wanich., then we can be fairly certain which Palang Pracharath's female member is stirring the pot.

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17 hours ago, webfact said:

dirty political slander

What do they expect? Truth/ honesty, from that mob, no way.

You are the only chance the Thai people have of getting their country back, so what ever means they can find, dream up, they will use to discredit you.

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29 minutes ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

somebody wants to be in power for ever, and when he dies, his son or brother will take over

We already have that.

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