BANGKOK — Activists have asked the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) to launch an inquiry into the Thai junta’s seven million baht project to produce a set of “stickers” for the mobile chat application LINE.
Srisuwan Chanya, chairman of Society for Defense of Thai Constitutions, met with NACC officials today to submit a letter accusing the junta of violating national budget procedures and “ethics” when it spent taxpayer money on the production of the virtual “stickers.”
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