Overwhelming Thais want NCPO, NLA members to declare assets: survey
August 17, 2014 10:43 By
Up to 87.91 per cent of respondents surveyed by the National Institute of Development Administration said members of the National Council for Peace and Order should declare their assets statement to the public.
The NIDA poll said 10.31 per cent of the respondents said the NCPO members do not have to declare their assets and the rest have no comment.
The survey also found that 88.64 per cent of the respondents see that the members of the National Legislative Assembly should declare their assets while 8.14 per cent do not think so and the rest are not sure.
The survey was carried out among 1,241 people around the country on August 14 and 15.