Thais unhappy with decision to clear deputy PM in luxury watch case


Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan. - The Nation

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The decision by the anti-graft agency to clear Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan in a high-profile corruption allegation over luxury goods has stirred a debate among netizens about the justice system.

“Many people had anticipated the final outcome to be in favour of the high-profile minister, but they still are baffled by the reason given by the National Anti-Corruption Commission [NACC], ” Mana Nimitmongkol, secretary-general of the Anti-Corruption Organisation of Thailand, a civil campaign group, said on Sunday (May 31).

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