• Thailand?s Central Administrative Court has annulled order that former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra pay 35.7 billion baht ($US 1.1 Billion) in compensation to the Finance Ministry on her behalf administration?s losses in the rice-pledging scheme.

    The court discovered that the order issued in October 2016 was not legal because the corruption…[Read more]

  • Thailand?s Central Administrative Court has annulled order that former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra pay 35.7 billion baht ($US 1.1 Billion) in compensation to the Finance Ministry for her administration?s losses in the rice-pledging scheme.

    The court discovered that the order issued in October 2016 was not legal because the corruption along…[Read more]

  • Friedrichsen Ayala posted an update 2 weeks ago

    Thailand?s Central Administrative Court has annulled order that former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra pay 35.7 billion baht ($US 1.1 Billion) in compensation to the Finance Ministry on her behalf administration?s losses in the rice-pledging scheme.

    The court discovered that the order issued in October 2016 was not legal because the corruption…[Read more]

  • Friedrichsen Ayala posted an update 2 weeks ago

    Thailand?s Central Administrative Court has annulled order that former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra pay 35.7 billion baht ($US 1.1 Billion) in compensation to the Finance Ministry for her administration?s losses in the rice-pledging scheme.

    The court discovered that the order issued in October 2016 had not been legal because the corruption…[Read more]

  • A Thai Lawmaker say the Royal Thai Police requires a major overhaul to tackle the long-standing problem of position buying among police. Alleged irregularities in police promotions were raised by the Move Forward Party (MFP) MP Rangsiman Rome during the censure debate in Parliament on Feb 19,2021

    The opposition MP mentioned long-standing issues…[Read more]

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