NACC dismisses claims “Yingluck and Cabinet 36” approve payment to political protesters

NACC dismisses claims “Yingluck and Cabinet 36” approve payment to political protesters State to do the right with km.

On November 25, the news report from the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) informed that a recent NACC meeting had a decision to dismiss allegations against the cabinet) in Ms Yingluck Shinawatra’s government, a total of 36 cases in the alleged case Compensation payments to those affected by the political rallies of 2005-2010 without power and without supporting laws to help their relatives According to the Organic Act on Prevention and Prevention of Corruption BE 2542 and the amendments to Section 66 and the Criminal Code

For this case, as a result, on March 6, 2012, a decision was approved to pay compensation and rehabilitation to victims and victims. as well as those affected by violence or political conflict according to the criteria approved by the Cabinet on January 10, 2012 in accordance with the recommendations of the Coordination and Monitoring Committee on the results of the recommendations of the Independent Audit and Search Committee.Truth for National Reconciliation (PCO) chaired by Mr Yongyuth Wichaidit, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, by using the healing principles of the independent committee to examine and find truth for national reconciliation (with Mr Kanit Na Nakorn as the chairman of the claim. But he raised some of the proposals and added other criteria apart from those proposed by the COC and approved an amount of 2,000-million-baht to provide relief to victims of political violence from the end of 2005 until May May 2010, a total of 2,369 people are entitled to receive this compensation amount, the estimated compensation is 1,931,530,000 baht.

News reports inform that NACC has considered Mr. Suchart Thadathamrongvej when he was in office. Minister of Education, Mrs. Nalinee Thavisin when he was in his position Minister attached to the Prime Minister’s Office and Mr Wirun Techapaibul when he was Deputy Minister of Finance that Mr Suchart on March 5, 2012 was not present at the cabinet meeting because a mission to open the Thai Future Education Fair was Impact Muang Thong Thani, while Mrs. Nalinee present in the meeting. Cabinet only half an hour and went home. to prepare for a trip to Japan While Wirun Mr After passing the term of the Ministry of Finance He left the Cabinet meeting room in a hurry to attend a meeting with the committee on determining the cost of property appraisals that had been appointed. Therefore, there was no evidence of a reasonable act according to the charge. therefore resolved unanimously With 6 votes, the claim was dropped.

while the board The NACC also considered Ms Yingluck’s role. and the other 30 ministers said that even the thirty accused took part in the vote on that date. but acting as an administrative organization or cabinet This is an act in accordance with the power and duty to administer the affairs of the state as declared to the National Assembly under Section 174 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand BE 2550, but it does not appear that thirty accused were assigned by the Prime Minister or the Cabinet will have the authority or be appointed to be responsible for implementing this remedy. As a result of assigning and appointing a group of people to carry out specific remedies for those affected by incidents of political violence, namely the PRC, the Sub-Committee on Civil Donations and rehabilitation by other means and a working group to support humanitarian financial Solutions. People affected by political demonstrations from 2015 to 2010, according to the decision of the Cabinet to carry out the results, so the accused has no powers and duties. he may not commit an offense against an official position under the Criminal Code as alleged In the event that there is no evidence that a reasonable action in accordance with the allegation has been carried out The meeting considered unanimously With 6 votes, the allegation was dropped.

The NACC also considered Mr. Yongyuth. and Mr. Kittirat Na Ranong when he was Minister of Finance. From the investigation, it was heard that Remuneration payments to people affected by political demonstrations 2015-2010 are a result of that The Cabinet has presented its policies to the National Assembly. to heal and restore a person All parties affected by differences of opinion This is in accordance with the opinion of the CRC, which proposed the use of special measures that do not stick. It depends on the rights that exist within the framework of the law and the practices of the agencies and organizations that act in normal cases. Yongyut plays a role in proposing criteria and methods for restorative support. in terms of finance to the cabinet, as for the actions of Mr. Kittirat as commander of the Budget Bureau and the Ministry of Finance role to order officers from both agencies to submit proposals Payment of compensation to the cabinet is an action that is a direct result of the policy that the cabinet has declared to the parliament which is a matter of public policy or a political act which is within the Cabinet’s power to act in accordance with the order of the Supreme Administrative Court No. 87/2557, therefore, the actions of the two accused are not It is an act which is arbitrary or’ n arbitrary. In case there is no evidence that a reasonable act has been carried out according to the charge So let the allegations fall.

In addition, the board meeting The NACC also considered Mr. Pakorn Phanthu when he was Director General of the Department of Social Development and Welfare and as chairman of the financial assistance working group in accordance with humanitarian principles. unanimously with 6 votes that Mr Pakorn has a duty to pay compensation to the victims Impact of political rallies in accordance with the rules and procedures for providing financial support from events of political violence 2005-2010 and to comply with the decision The Cabinet provides policies In this case, there was no evidence that the allegations were made with reasonable grounds. let the allegations fall

Reporters reported that For the full list of the accused: 1. Ms Yingluck Shinawatra, Prime Minister 2. Mr. Yongyut Wichaidit when he was Deputy Prime Minister. and the Minister of the Interior And as chairman of the PPP, 3rd Lt. Col. Chalerm Yubamrung, when he was deputy prime minister 4. Mr. Kittirat Na Ranong when he was Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance 5. Gen. Yuthasak Sasiprapha when he was Deputy Prime Minister 6. Mr. Chumpol Silpa-archa when he was Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism and Sports 7. Mr. Worawat Auapnyakul when in the position of Minister attached to the Office of the Prime Minister 8. Mrs. Nalinee Thavisin when he was a Minister attached to the Prime Minister’s Office 9. Niwatthamrong Bunsongpaisarn, when he was a Minister attached to the Prime Minister’s Office Mr. 10. Air Chief Marshal Sukamphol Suwanatat when he was Defense Minister

11. Mr. Tanusak Lek-Uthai when he was Deputy Minister of Finance 12. Mr. Wirun Techapaibul when he was Deputy Minister of Finance 13. Mr. Surapong Towichakchaikul when in office Minister for Foreign Affairs 14. Mr. Santi Prophat when he was Minister of Social Development and Human Welfare 15. Mr Thira Wongsamut when he was Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives 16. Nuttawut Saikua Mr Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives 17. Mr Charupong Rueangsuwan when he was Minister of Transport 18. Pol Lt Gen. Chat Kuldilok when he was Deputy Minister of Transport 19. Mr Chatchat Sithiphan when he was Deputy Communications 20. Mr Pricha Rengsomboonsuk when in office Minister of Natural Resources and Environment

21. Captain Anudit Nakornthap when in office Minister of Information and Communication Technology 22. Mr. Arak Chonlatanon, when serving as Minister for Energy 23. Mr. Boonsong Teriyapirom, when serving as Minister of Commerce 24. Mr. Siriwat Kajonprasat, when serving as Deputy Minister of Trade 25. Mr. Chuchart Hansawat when he was Deputy Minister of Interior 26. Mr Thanit Thienthong when he was Deputy Minister of Interior 27. Pol Gen Pracha Promnok when he was responsible for the Minister of Justice 28. Mr Phadermchai Sasomsub when he was Minister of Labor 29. Mrs. Sukumol Khunpluem when he was Minister of Culture 30. Plodprasop Suraswadee when in office Mr Minister of Science and Technology

31. Suchart Thadathamrongvej when in office Mr. Minister of Education 32. Sakda Kongphet when in office Deputy Minister of Education 33. Mr. Wittaya Buranasiri when in office Minister of Public Health 34. Surawit Khonsomboon Mr Deputy Minister of Public Health 35. MR Pongsawat Sawasdiwat when in office Minister of Industry and 36. Mr. Pakorn Panthu when he was Director General of the Department of Social Development and Welfare.

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