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Free bus and train

Posted by hasekamp on 29 July 2014 at 21:55 PM
The National Council for Peace and Order on Tuesday approved the extension of free bus and train services for another six months to help alleviate the growing cost of living, council spokesman Yongyuth Maiyalarp said. The extension runs Aug 1-Jan 31. The free-travel scheme covers 800 non-air-conditioned buses on 73 routes in Bangkok and 172 third-class inter-provincial train services. The meeting also agreed to extended the term of the diesel excise tax reduction to 0.005 baht per litre for another month, until Aug 31.The NCPO earlier announced diesel price would be kept at below 30 baht per litre until a reform of the oil-price structure is done. The diesel excise tax is currently set at 0.005 baht per litre, resulting in losses to the government of 9 billion baht monthly and 180 billion baht annually. (Source: The Bangkok Post)


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Suthep in court

Posted by hasekamp on 28 July 2014 at 14:07 PM
The Civil Court on Monday allowed Suthep Thaugsuban, currently known as Phra Suthep, former secretary-general of the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), another 15 days to submit his written defence statement in a case filed by the Finance Ministry. The Finance Ministry is demanding 536,986 baht compensation from the PDRC for leading its supporters to trespass on the ministry's compound during their anti-government protest. Phra Suthep submitted a request for a postponement, saying that he was not yet ready. The court allowed him a 15-day extension, acepting the former PDRC leader's assurance he had no intention to drag the case out. Viroj Phumsirisawat, a PDRC lawyer, said his team would submit the defence statement within the deadline. The Civil Court scheduled Sept 29 for both sides to submit their lists of witnesses to testify in the trial, without requiring the presence of Phra Suthep. Earlier today, Phra Suthep appeared before the Criminal Court along with former prime minister Abhisit Vejjjajiva in a criminal case filed by the prosecution in connection with the military crackdowns on the red-shirt protesters in 2010 for verification of related documents and evidence. The prosecution earlier filed two separate lawsuits against them. The Criminal Court, at the defendants' request, agreed to combine the two lawsuits as one. (Source: The Bangkok Post)


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Prayuth: Trust us

Posted by hasekamp on 27 July 2014 at 10:42 AM
The chief of the junta last night defended the way it is ruling the country, saying that it is simply attempting to solve the nation's problems fairly, with no intention of harming or destroying anyone in particular. General Prayuth Chan-ocha, head of the ruling National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), also asked for public trust in the military rulers, now that the provisional charter has been in effect since Tuesday. He was obviously referring to the controversial Article 44 of the interim charter, which gives him a lot of power in his capacity as NCPO chief. "No matter how much power the NCPO has, if the use of power is undertaken for the benefit of the people and the country, there should be no worries," he said. "If people who run the country are not good, transparent or efficient, they can be replaced at any time. Please trust the NCPO for how it exercises its power," he said, adding, "We have no desire to stay in power for a long time." (Source: The Nation)


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Private sector wants martial law lifted

Posted by hasekamp on 27 July 2014 at 10:38 AM
The private sector plans to ask the junta to lift martial law in key destinations in order to lure international tourists back to the Kingdom. The National Tourism Development Committee along with key private-sector associations met yesterday with officials of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports to seek recovery plans. The group drafted several short-term measures. On top of these, it plans to seek an easing of martial law to regain the interest of foreign tourists in travelling to Thailand, especially in the high season that will begin in November. Pornthip Hirunkate, vice president of the Tourism Council of Thailand, said the private sector would ask the military rulers to lift martial law in tourist destinations such as Pattaya, Hua Hin, Cha-am, Samui and Phuket. Other areas can follow later. If martial law is lifted, tourists will be able to buy travel insurance before coming to Thailand or during their stay. She said tourism had suffered since the coup in late May. Many tourists are waiting to see how the situation develops, and they may eventually go to other countries instead. Surapong Techaruvichit, president of the Thai Hotels Association (THA), said average occupancy at hotels across the country in June dropped by 25 per cent after the coup. After the military seized power from the elected government on May 22, operators saw their businesses damaged as tourists shifted to other destinations to avoid chaos in Thailand. The THA reported that the occupancy rate at hotels in Bangkok last month dropped by 25 percentage points to 50 per cent compared with May, rates in hotels in the East were down by 60 points to 23 per cent, and those in the West fell by 9 points to 42 per cent. In the North, the average occupancy rate was 55 per cent, while rates in the South declined by 26 percentage points to 48 per cent, and in Samui by 10 points to 58 per cent. Surapong said the political crisis led the tourism sector into an extra-low season. The association expects tourism to revive during the rest of the year but it really depends on what the junta does. Last night, tourism authorities hosted a welcoming dinner for international media and travel agents. The group is scheduled to visit attractions in Bangkok and throughout country. More familiarisation trips for media and other targeted niche groups are scheduled for August and September, before the onset of high season. (Source: The Nation)


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King endorses interim charter

Posted by hasekamp on 24 July 2014 at 10:37 AM
The interim charter has been endorsed by His Majesty he King, according coup leader Prayuth Chan-ocha, who said he would receive it at a royal audience later on Tuesday. Gen Prayuth informed the meeting of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) on Tuesday of the royal endorsement of the temporary constitution. He said he would receive the endorsed charter from His Majesty at an audience at Klai Kangwon Palace in Hua Hin district of Prachuap Khiri Khan later on Tuesday, and this would be publicly announced afterwards. The NCPO would reveal the details of the interim constitution on Wednesday. This would pave the way for the setting up of a national legislative assembly, an interim government and a reform council. (Source: The Bangkok Post)


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Giving nature more space

Posted by hasekamp on 24 July 2014 at 10:30 AM
The National Environment Board (NEB) has approved a long-delayed three-billion-baht plan to build a "wildlife corridor" to aid wild animals crossing Highway No.304 which cuts through the Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai forest complex in Prachin Buri province. The project was one of the 24 issues approved by the NEB which held its first meeting since the May 22 military coup on Wednesday. The meeting was chaired by Adm Narong Pipatanasai, navy commander and deputy chief of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO). The wildlife corridor will consist of both overhead land bridges and tunnels to enable wild animals to cross the highway safely. (Source: The Bangkok Post )


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King grants audience

Posted by hasekamp on 22 July 2014 at 8:42 AM
His Majesty the King will grant an audience to junta chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha at the Krai Kungwon Palace at 5 pm Tuesday to hand down an interim constitution. The charter reportedly has 48 articles. (Source: The Nation)


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No more criticism

Posted by hasekamp on 20 July 2014 at 23:19 PM
THE THAI Journalists Association (TJA) expressed concern Saturday at the ruling junta's order issued on Friday night barring all media from criticising its work. The TJA warned that the order could lead to violations of people's right to be informed and would risk putting too much censorship power into the hands of the person in charge of censorship. The association said many media organisations were already exercising restraint in order to ensure that their reports and analysis do not fan political conflict. TJA said it was unclear what the effect would be if the military acted on its threat to shut down a media outlet if it fails to follow the order of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO). The association said it would hold a meeting next week to mete out a more concrete response to the junta's order, which was issued late on Friday night.(Source: The Nation)


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Yingluck will return

Posted by hasekamp on 18 July 2014 at 14:10 PM
Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra Friday pledged not to flee prosecution in Thailand and lambasted the National Anti-Corruption Commission for unfairly rushing the investigation into her role in the loss-ridden rice-pledging scheme. At her first press conference since the May 22 coup, Ms Yingluck claimed the NACC had unjustly decided to recommend criminal charges be filed against her for not halting the rice scheme. The anti-graft panel decided unanimously Thursday to ask the attorney-general to indict her for dereliction of duty for failing to end the rice-pledging program despite numerous reports of corruption and government losses of 500 billion baht. If found guilty, she could face up to 10 years in prison, a fine of up to 20,000 baht, or both.


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THAI avoids Ukraine

Posted by hasekamp on 18 July 2014 at 14:07 PM
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) announced Friday that it has rerouted THAI flights to and from Europe to avoid Ukraine airspace. The rerouting was made after a Malaysian airliner was apparently shot down while in Ukrainian airspace crossing the rebel-held east of the country. THAI affirmed that no flights are operating in this airspace and that the rerouting would cause some flights to be delayed up to half an hour. (Source: The Nation)


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Exit Suthep

Posted by hasekamp on 15 July 2014 at 16:25 PM
People's Democratic Reform Committee leader Suthep Thaugsuban quietly entered monkhood at a Buddhist temple in his hometown in the southern province of Surat Thani on Tuesday morning.It was not known why Mr Suthep made the decision or how long he would remain a monk. His low-profile ordination was made public only after former Democrat Party MP Theptai Seanapong on Tuesday evening tweeted a photo of Mr Suthep in a monk's robe with the caption "Lung Kamnan made a lightning decision to be ordained at Wat Tha Sai and will live as a monk at Wat Suan Mokkh." Mr Theptai later tweeted that "Lung Kamnan just had dinner with friends in Bangkok last night, then flew to Surat Thani this morning, and went straight to the temple with his driver for the ordination ceremony."Wat Tha Sai is located in tambon Tha Thong Mai of Kanchanadit district. Wat Suan Mokkh, short for Suan Mokkhapalaram (formally known as Wat Tharnnamlai), is a forest monastery in Chaiya district founded by the late highly revered Buddhadhasa Bhikkhu. At a younger age, Phra Suthep was ordained at Wat Suan Mokkh for 40 days and had Buddhadhasa Bhikkhu as his ajarn. The photo showed Phra Suthep standing next to his nephew, who was ordained at the same time. Phra Suthep only told a few PDRC leaders close to him about the planned ordination. Even his two brothers, Thani and Chane, did not know, according to a Thai Rath report. Former PDRC spokesman Akanat Phromphan left monkhood early this month after he had been ordained at Wat Chonprathan Rangsarit in Nonthaburi for 15 days, saying he wanted to make merit for the protesters killed during the PDRC's six-month street protests. It was speculated that Phra Suthep, as PDRC's ex-front-man, may have decided to wear the saffron robe for the same reason. (Source:The Bangkok Post) Suthep becomes monk. To escape prison?


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Phuket cleaned

Posted by hasekamp on 14 July 2014 at 19:37 PM
The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) on Monday said it was satisfied with the recent crackdown on encroachments of public beaches in Phuket and appealed to everyone on the tourist island to maintain the cleaner beach conditions. Navy chief Adm. Narong Pipattanasai, who is deputy NCPO chief, said the re-organisation of public space on Patong, Kata, Karon, Surin, Nai Torn, Kamala and Nai Harn beaches was successful because of joint effort by concerned agencies. Phuket beaches had been impacted for decades by illegal structures built by vendors and private business owners, he said. "Now the beach areas are beautiful and natural as they used to be and tourists and Phuket residents are pleased with them and want to keep it this way forever," he said. "I must ask Phuket people to help keep the beaches encroachment-free as long as possible," Adm. Narong said. In addition to the beaches cleanup, the NCPO also pledged to get rid of the so-called "taxi mafia" operating illegally on the island and improve services at Phuket airport. (Source:The Bangkok Post)


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Misleading business

Posted by hasekamp on 14 July 2014 at 19:32 PM
An agribusiness company has been found paying journalists as part of its strategy to influence the mass media to publicise its positive image, according to a report of the Thailand Information Centre For Civil Rights and Investigative Journalism (TCIJ) released on Monday. The monthly payments by the firm with integrated operations in the farm and poultry businesses were made to 19 individuals or media organisations including organisers of programmes on radio stations, magazines, newspaper offices, websites and other platforms, the TCIJ said, citing the firm's document leaked to it. The monthly payments were more than 1.73 million baht a month including 90,000 baht each to two newspaper staff and 50,000 baht to another. The money was categorised as a "special budget to support the media'', it added. The payments were part of the company's public relations and corporate communication plan last year. The TCIJ did not name the company in the report but showed some document on its website with all names of the press and media organisations painted in black apparently to avoid libelous consequences. It said the evidence was a meeting minute of the company, which is a dominant domestic player and main exporter. It was obtained from sources who could not be unveiled, the TCIJ said. (Source:the Bangkok Post)


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Heavy rain in Bangkok

Posted by hasekamp on 14 July 2014 at 10:02 AM
Bangkok experienced heavy rainfall on Sunday evening, resulting high level of water in some areas. Bangkok's flood prevention unit reported that the rain covered nearly all parts of the city. Heaviest rainfall was in Bangna area, measuring 95mm; followed by Nong Chok and Min Buri. At 8.30pm, water level on the Bangna expressway's Bangna exit was at 28cm. (Source:The Nation)


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Movie star elephant killed

Posted by hasekamp on 12 July 2014 at 9:30 AM
Police, soldiers and local officials combed nearby communities Friday after a 50-year-old bull elephant, a star of movies and royal ceremony, was slain overnight and his tusks crudely sawn off. They searched communities around Wat Chedi Daeng and Wat Maha Lok, and another near a bridge across the Lop Buri River in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya district. Investigators said it was believed local youths, probably drug addicts, had poisoned elephant patriarch Phlai Khlao and crudely sawn off his tusks without any regard for the proper value of the ivory. One of the suspects was Naret Wangkalung, who was interrogated and denied any connection to the slaying and theft, Pol Maj Gen Sermkid Sitthichaiyakan, chief of Ayutthaya police, said. The 32-year-old former mahout was earlier fired from the elephant camp where Phlai Khlao lived after problems with drug addiction. (Source: The Bangkok Post)


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Illegal shops demolished

Posted by hasekamp on 12 July 2014 at 9:25 AM
Ownership of 92 unlawfully acquired plots covering 1,000 rai to be revoked. Illegally built shops and resorts along two famous beaches in Phuket are being dismantled as part of a National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) crackdown on encroachment onto state-owned land and national parks. Umbrellas and beach chairs owned by food shop owners are also being removed from Naithon and Naiyang beaches, after tourists complained that they were shooed away by owners if they sat nearby without paying or eating at the shops. The umbrellas and chairs were an eyesore on the beaches for most visitors, the complaints said. Both beaches are part of the Sirinath National Park. The shops that have not been demolished have been given a 30-day deadline starting from now to dissemble their installations and relocate or the properties will be demolished by forestry officials at the expense of the owners in the next 15-30 days. (Source: The Nation)


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Thailand faces ban for ivory trade

Posted by hasekamp on 12 July 2014 at 9:20 AM
Thailand faces an international wildlife trade ban unless it reins in its ivory sector, which is a magnet for traffickers, global regulator CITES said on Friday. "There have been years without any real action on the ground when it comes to controlling the illegal ivory market," said Oeystein Stoerkersen, chairman of CITES's governing body. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora has set Thailand an August 2015 deadline to fall into line or risk wide-ranging sanctions. Bangkok is under additional pressure to report back by January on steps to bolster recent laws on registering ivory importers, traders and legal stockpiles, that CITES claims are insufficient. "Without that, Thailand will face a ban, and a suspension of all trade no matter what commodity it is, of the 35,000 species listed with CITES," he told reporters. A ban would prevent the country trading anything appearing on that list with another country, including orchids and exotic wood, which are significant export products for Thailand. "I think that is a strong signal," said Stoerkersen, adding that Thai diplomats at the talks had acknowledged that their country needed to do more. (Source: The Nation)


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Rapist has killed before

Posted by hasekamp on 9 July 2014 at 13:36 PM
The man who confessed to raping a girl on a night train and throwing her body out a carriage window (a murder case that draws natinwide attention) admitted Wednesday that he previously raped two women co-workers at the State Railway Authority of Thailand. Wanchai Saengkhao, the 22-year-old hired by the SRT to make beds in sleeper carriages, said he got away with earlier rapes because his victims were too scared to report him to police. That encouraged him to make a third attack, this time on a 13-year-old girl identified only as Nong Kaem, according to investigators. His attack on the girl has generated demands on online social networks for the death penalty in rape cases. Police took the suspect to the crime scene for a re-enactment early Wednesday to avoid a repeat of the angry scenes of a day earlier at the police station in Prachuap Khiri Khan, where the rape occurred on a train bound to Bangkok early Sunday. Police led by Pol Maj Gen Thanate Sunthornsuk escorted Mr Wanchai to Wangpong train station where the same train Nong Kaem travelled on was stopped. He told police he had taken methamphetamine, or ya ba, after the sleeper train left Nakhon Si Thammarat station, and drank beer with other employees in the fourth sleeper car. His young victim was sleeping in the third sleeper car when he allegedly attacked her. Mr Wanchai pointed to the spot where he sat, showed how he switched off the light in told police, until she passed out, then he opened the door to cover the noise and raped her. (Source: The Bangkok Post)


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Bangkok wants to be first again

Posted by hasekamp on 9 July 2014 at 13:27 PM
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is trying to restore confidence in order to reclaim its title as the top tourist destination from Kyoto, Japan. Deputy Bangkok governor Amorn Kitchawengkul said Bangkok had lost its top tourist destination position to Kyoto and fell to third place in a survey by the Travel + Leisure magazine this year due to the political demonstrations. Bangkok's city hall will discuss efforts to restore confidence among tourists with operators of fivestar hotels whose client numbers have dropped by half, he said. The BMA will join with concerned organisations in government and private sectors to restore confidence. It will explain Thailand's current situation to participants at international conferences being held in Bangkok. These include attendees of the International Publishers Association Congress, which was postponed from last year to September this year due to the political situation, as well as participants of the 3rd Lower Mekong Tourism City Mayors' Summit this November and the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) next February. City hall will also organise activities to promote tourism, especially such annual cool season activities as "Music in the Park" and fashion street events. Food festivals are also planned. Such activities are likely to woo tourists back to Bangkok, Amorn said. (Source: The Nation)


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Bangkok wants to restore image

Posted by hasekamp on 8 July 2014 at 8:58 AM
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is trying to restore confidence in order to reclaim its title as the top tourist destination from Kyoto, Japan. Deputy Bangkok governor Amorn Kitchawengkul said Bangkok had lost its top tourist destination position to Kyoto and fell to third place in a survey by the Travel + Leisure magazine this year due to the political demonstrations. Bangkok's city hall will discuss efforts to restore confidence among tourists with operators of fivestar hotels whose client numbers have dropped by half, he said. (Source: The Nation)


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Bank robbed

Posted by hasekamp on 8 July 2014 at 8:54 AM
A lone gunman with a pronounced limp robbed a Thai Military Bank (TMB) Bank branch in Chachoengsao on Monday afternoon and made off with more than 800,000 baht in cash, authorities said. The bank is located on Bang Na-Trat Road in tambon Bang Wua of Bangpakong district. A bank female teller, Worawan Taecha, said the robber confronted her at about 3.15pm, shortly before the bank's closing time, while she was serving the last three customers. She said the robber wore a full-face black crash helmet and a black jacket. He ran into the bank and went behind the counter where she was standing. Ms Worawan said the robber pulled a gun to threaten her, before ordering her to shove all banknotes into a bag. She put about 300,000 baht in cash into the bag, after which the man forced her to open a safe to grab more cash. He also took money from the drawer of another teller, and then fled with more than 800,000 baht. The gunman ran with a strong limp, favouring his right leg, Ms Worawan said. The banks security guard was not armed and was unable to intervene. (Source: The Bangkok Post)


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Elephant laws need urgent reform

Posted by hasekamp on 8 July 2014 at 8:49 AM
Urgent reforms are needed to regulations and elephant registration procedures in Thailand to bring wild and domesticated animals under one law and stop illegal sales of captured wild elephants across the border from Myanmar, according to a new report released on Monday. The report on the live elephant trade in Thailand provides details of 79 to 81 wild elephants illegally captured for sale into the tourist industry in Thailand between April 2011 and March 2013. The report was prepared by TRAFFIC, a wildlife trade monitoring network, on behalf of Elephant Family, an organisation dedicated to the conservation of Asian elephants. At least 60% of the animals trafficked originated in Myanmar where the capture of elephants is considered a serious threat to the future survival of that country's wild population of 4,0005,000 Asian elephants, according to the report. (Source: The Bangkok Post)


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Thousands of gambling suspects

Posted by hasekamp on 6 July 2014 at 10:17 AM
As the FIFA World Cup draws to a close, police yesterday announced that from June 9 to July 3 they had arrested 3,771 gambling suspects - including 236 bookies and 110 bet-ticket runners while seizing Bt1.9 million in cash and almost Bt29 million in bet tickets. National Police deputy chief General Aek Angsananon also announced that police had asked for the Information and Communication Technology Ministry to block 1,791 gambling websites. So far 1,227 websites have been blocked while the ministry is in the process of trying to block 564 more, he said. (Source: The Nation)


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Decayed rice discovered

Posted by hasekamp on 6 July 2014 at 10:13 AM
Decaying rice, loss of stock and disorderly stacking of sacks has been found at several government and private warehouses in military-supervised inspections of rice. This was in line with a nationwide investigation into corruption in the rice-pledging scheme initiated by the Yingluck Shinawatra government, PM's Office permanent secretary ML Panadda Diskul said yesterday. Officials found involved in stock going missing or other wrongdoing would face immediate transfer and serious disciplinary probes, after checks by more than 100 teams of government and military-appointed inspectors are done in a month's time, Office of Public Sector Anti-corruption Commission secretary-general Prayong Preeyajit said. Panadda said scientific checks such as DNA tests of the entire rice stock - millions of tonnes - would also be conducted, but these may take until September before a complete set of evidence is revealed against any wrongdoers. (Source:The Nation)


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The never ending ivory trade

Posted by hasekamp on 3 July 2014 at 13:54 PM
DESPITE ITS professed reverence for elephants, Thailand has failed to rein in the illegal ivory trade. Partly to blame for the current poaching crisis is Thai domestic legislation. It permits trade in ivory from domesticated Asian elephants but provides no effective mechanism or legal framework for the internal regulation of this market, according to the wildlife trade monitoring network TRAFFIC. "Because visually, you cannot tell the difference between African and Asian ivory, once the African ivory reaches the market place in Thailand, it is sold as domesticated elephant ivory," Vietnam-based Greater Mekong Region coordinator for TRAFFIC Naomi Doak, said yesterday. She lamented that the presence of ivory in Thailand, as a result, had increased at a "horrific" pace. According to latest surveys, the number of shops selling ivory products has burgeoned to double the number of the previous year - from 61 ivory sellers in January 2013 to 120 in May 2014. Ivory products have also increased almost three fold - from 5,715 items to 13,237. The products accounted for were only those visible in shop fronts and did not include those hidden behind as stock. "Each one of these represents the death of an elephant," Doak said. The situation in Thailand is particularly complicated because the Kingdom has domesticated elephants that produce ivory, meaning they can legally be sold on the domestic market. This ivory is illegal outside Thailand. (Source: The Nation)


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Compensation for abused girl

Posted by hasekamp on 2 July 2014 at 8:21 AM
KAMPHAENG PHET Court has awarded more than Bt4.6 million in compensation to an ethnic-Karen girl, identified only as Air, for the torture and cruelty inflicted upon her from the age of seven by her employers, the Human Rights and Development Foundation (HRDF) said yesterday. The verdict on the civil lawsuit filed by Air's custodian Mo Wateng on her behalf against Natee Taeng-on and Rattanakorn Piyawora-tham was issued on Monday. (Source: The Nation)


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A peek into the interim Charter

Posted by hasekamp on 2 July 2014 at 8:12 AM
The National Council for Peace and Order (NPCO) has chosen to retain certain special powers over the interim government to deal with security issues under the provisional constitution which will be unveiled soon. These special powers do not rest with the interim prime minister but are given to the NCPO chief, junta sources, who have seen the draft of the interim charter, told the Bangkok Post Tuesday. They are not the normal administrative powers that belong to a prime minister, but focus on security issues and can be invoked to combat threatening influences, the sources said. It is necessary for the NCPO chief to retain power because the security situation has not yet returned to normal, the sources added. The drafting of an interim charter paves the way for a non-elected MP or government official to be appointed prime minister. It will be presented for NCPO approval, before being submitted to His Majesty the King for royal endorsement later this month. (Source:The Bangkok Post)


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