Watching the horologist

22 03 2018

A small group of activists is keeping pressure on the Deputy Dictator. The Bangkok Post reports that “activist Thicha Nanakorn has led a fresh call for the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) to lift the lid on its long-delayed investigation into the luxury watch scandal involving first Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwon.”

She went further, calling on “Gen Prawit to resign as he had pledged to do earlier.”

Thicha has petitioned the NACC demanding that it speed up its glacially slow “probe” into Prawit’s possession of millions of baht worth of luxury watches.

She pointed out that the perpetual “delays” are an injustice and pointed to the double standards involved in this NACC “investigation.”

Interestingly, Thicha is a “former member of the National Reform Council,” meaning she had previously thrown her support in with the junta.


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23 03 2018
Prawit sticks | Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] Nanakorn recently called on the National Anti-Corruption Commission to get its “investigation” into the luxury […]

23 03 2018
Prawit sticks | Political Prisoners of Thailand

[…] Nanakorn recently called on the National Anti-Corruption Commission to get its “investigation” into the luxury […]