Prayut promises fair trial for people who break security laws

national December 17, 2014 01:00

By The Nation

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Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, who also oversees the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), has instructed relevant security agencies to use appropriate channels to prosecute people who violate the security law, junta spokesman Colonel Wi

Winthai said that after a meeting between the Cabinet and the NCPO, Prayut said violators of security laws, living both in Thailand and overseas, would be given a fair chance to prove their innocence and fight through the judicial process. 
The prime minister acknowledged also that not many people understand the situation and that an appropriate channel is necessary to ensure there are no negative feelings, especially among university students. 
Prayut has instructed state agencies engaged in procurement and construction projects to ensure there is no bribery and corruption so the public can have trust in the government’s work. 

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