More royal gorging on property?

8 10 2019

Khaosod reports that the residence of former premier, incessant political meddler, and Privy Council President Prem Tinsulanonda “could be set for a demolition…”.

The Army says it “will likely return the house to the Treasury Department … [and] said there is a possibility that the mansion might be bulldozed to make way for unspecified projects.”


That, after decades of use by Prem, paid for by taxpayers, the building is of some political value but seems more valuable to unspecified others. But the report then adds:

Prem’s house is located in Dusit district, where a number of historic buildings were either demolished or shuttered in recent years, including the popular Dusit Zoo, a 102-year-old racecourse, and the former Parliament building.

If the innuendo carries any weight, then it seems the king is continuing to gorge on state properties, taking what he wants when he wants. The Army, kowtowing to the king, is losing property and even regiments to the monarch.



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