SEVEN legislators who were allegedly absent from National Legislative Assembly meetings on more than the permitted number of occasions will not lose their membership because they submitted their leave requests properly, the NLA said yesterday.
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COMMUNITY groups in Thailand and Myanmar have urged protection of human rights and prevention of environmental impacts – after Thai entrepreneurs were reported to have carried out abusive and environmentally damaging acts in neighbouring countries.
FIVE BANGKOK police officers arrested for allegedly failing to hand in drugs as evidence after a raid and then selling them to dealers were taken to court yesterday where their first round of detention was approved.
Malaysian authorities have released 53 Thai citizens from the deep South who were arrested for selling goods at a “Thai Food” event in Melaka City in January without permission, the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre (SBPAC) said yesterday.
The Criminal Court’s Human Trafficking Case Division will deliver a verdict on July 19 on the fate of 103 defendants in a landmark case about the trafficking of Rohingya boat people and others, a source at the Ratchadapisek Criminal Court in Bangkok said yesterday.