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PM disagrees with higher penalties for drivers without driving licenses

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A road in Lamphun, northern Thailand

Doi Ti junction in Lamphun, northern Thailand

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that he personally did not agree with a police proposal to increase the penalties for drivers without driving licenses.

Asked about the controversial proposal which has attracted widespread criticisms, the prime minister said the proposal should also take into consideration other issues besides the requirement for the drivers to be more responsible and to always carry driving licenses with them.

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By Thai PBS

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