NACC Finds Fault in Reversing Prosecution Decision, Takes Disciplinary Action
The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has criticized the decision to reverse the order not to prosecute “Boss Yoovidhya” and has sent the names of Minister of Education Permpoon and Thani Senator Thani for disciplinary action. This action was taken after it was determined that the charges were not of a serious nature.
NACC Meeting Reveals Basis of Guilt in Reversal of Prosecution Order
On September 14, Niwatchai Kasemongkol, the Secretary General of the NACC, announced that the NACC meeting on September 5 had identified evidence of guilt in the case involving the reversal of the decision not to prosecute Mr. Worayut Yoowitthaya, also known as Boss. The charges relate to a car accident in 2012, where Police Lieutenant Wichian Klanprasert, the Chief of Police at Thonglor Police Station, lost his life. The accused is alleged to have tampered with evidence pertaining to the vehicle’s speed. Fifteen individuals, including former senior police officers, serving police officers, investigators, prosecutors, and politicians, have been charged in connection with this case.
Offenses Highlighted by NACC Include Prominent Figures
The NACC has charged several prominent individuals in this case, including Police General Somyot Phumphanmuang, the former Royal Thai Police Commissioner, who served as Commissioner in the Law, Justice and Police Affairs Commission of the National Legislative Assembly (NLA); Naksuk, a former Deputy Attorney General; Chainarong Saengthongram, a former senior prosecutor; Pichai (Chuchai) Lertphong Adisorn or Senator Kong, the current President of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Institute; Saiprasit Kerdniyom; and other researchers involved in the case.
Action to be Taken by Officials with Authority
The NACC has resolved to present the matter to the relevant authorities who have the power to appoint or dismiss individuals. These authorities are tasked with taking appropriate disciplinary action in line with their duties. It has been deemed that the offenses committed do not fall under the category of serious offenses as defined by Section 64 of the Organic Act on Prevention and Suppression of Corruption BE 2018.
However, this process is still ongoing, and the NACC members will sign the official document. A press conference will be held to officially announce all the details once the process is complete. It is important to note that the NACC’s decision is not yet final, and the accused individuals have the right to challenge the charges and prove their innocence in court.
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The NACC found fault in reversing the order not to prosecute “Boss Yoovidhya” and sent the names of “Permpoon, Minister of Education – Thani Senator” to his superiors for disciplinary action according to his authority. After finding that the charge was not a serious offence.
On 14 September Niwatchai Kasemongkol The Secretary General of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) said that the decision of the NACC meeting on September 5 revealed the basis of guilt in the case of the person accused in the case reversing orders. Do not prosecute. Mr Worayut Yoowitthaya or Boss on charges of driving a car accident Police Lieutenant Wichian Klanprasert The Chief of Police at Thonglor Police Station died in 2012 as a result of a movement to assist in changing evidence regarding the speed of the vehicle. A total of 15 have been charged, including former senior police officers who have retired from government service. Police officers still serve in the government service Investigator case prosecutor and politicians
by the accused charged by the committee NACC highlights offenses including: Police General Somyot Phumphanmuang Former Royal Thai Police Commissioner (Commander) when he served as Commissioner in the Law, Justice and Police Affairs Commission. National Legislative Assembly (NLA), Naksuk net Mr Former Deputy Attorney General, Chainarong Saengthongram Mr former senior prosecutor, Mr Pichai (Chuchai) Lertphong Adisorn or Senator Kong, who currently holds the position of President of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Institute, Mr. Saiprasit Kerdniyom and some researchers
part Thanee Onlaead Mr Member of the Senedd (Senator) and former secretary of the Committee on Law, Justice and Police Affairs. National Legislative Assembly (NLA) a Permpoon Chidchob of the Police The former Assistant Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police is now the Minister of Education in Prime Minister Settha Thavisin’s government. In the committee meeting NACC decided to present the matter to the manager. or those who have authority to appoint or dismiss Take disciplinary action in accordance with authority and duties Because it is seen that such a case is not a serious offense according to Section 64 of the Organic Act on Prevention and Prevention of Corruption BE 2018.
However, it is currently in the process of being given to the committee. All NACC members sign the document. And when the process ends, there will be a press conference. Willing to give official details of each circumstance once again Decision of the committee’s fault. The National Anti-Corruption Commission is not yet final. The accused has the right to fight the case to prove his innocence in court.
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