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Prayut suspends 72 officials on suspected malfeasance

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, in his capacity as head of the National Council of Peace and Order, Tuesday issued order No 59/59 to either remove or suspend the state officials who were allegedly involved in malfeasance to pave the way for fresh investigation within 30 days. Almost all 72 officials hold local administration posts in […]Read More

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Court acquits former minister Noppadon in Preah Vihear case

BANGKOK, 4 September 2015 (NNT) – The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions has acquitted former Minister of Foreign Affairs Noppadon Patthama of malfeasance. The National Anti-Corruption Commission in 2013 filed a lawsuit against Mr. Noppadon for having signed a communique with Cambodia to support Preah Vihear Temple in becoming a World […]Read More

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Abhisit ponders lawsuit against Tarit Pengdit

Former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is considering appealing against the Criminal Court’s verdict rejecting his malfeasance lawsuit against former head of the Department of Special Investigation Tarit Pengdit for charging him and his former deputy, Suthep Thuagsuban, of murder in connection with the crackdown on red-shirt protesters in April-May 2010. Read more: thaipbs.or.thRead More

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Pheu Thai MPs sues six constitutional court judges in Criminal

A group of former Members of Parliament (MPs) of the ruling Pheu Thai party today filed a case in the Criminal Court accusing six of the 9-member panel of the Constitutional Court judges of malfeasance in office and abusing of authority for accepting a petition by a retired army general accusing a total of 314 […]Read More

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Criminal Court accepts protesters’ petition against DSI chief for malfeasance

BANGKOK, Jan 30 – The Criminal Court today accepted a complaint filed by the anti-government People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) seeking legal action against the Department of Investigation (DSI) chief for malfeasance following his move to freeze the protest leaders’ bank accounts. Suwat Apiyapakdi, a lawyer representing PDRC advisor Pipob Thongchai, petitioned the court this […]Read More