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Gen Prayut affirms govt's commitment towards human rights policies

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BANGKOK, 12 September 2017 (NNT) - Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has affirmed the government's commitment to protecting human rights via its justice system, creating equality and reducing social conflict.

Prime Minister Gen Prayut-Chan-o-cha delivered a keynote address on mobilizing human rights policies for 2018-19 according to the Thailand 4.0 agenda for sustainable development. He affirmed the government's commitment to addressing human rights issues and raising the standard of human rights in the country. Agencies will be tasked with following up on reports of human rights violations, summarizing issues, and providing solutions and regular progress reports. 

The premier also stressed that human rights policies must be held to international standards and that the justice system must serve as a channel for equal access to protection under the law. Law enforcement agencies must be careful not to violate the rights of citizens while performing their duties and must instill awareness among all sectors regarding the principles of human rights in order to reduce conflict and create peace and reconciliation in society. 

Gen Prayut also talked about the government's "4+3+2+1" agenda for creating peace in society. The agenda consists of "creating" in four areas awareness, a follow-up system, innovation, and networks; "adjusting" in three areas databases, attitudes, and legislation; "mobilizing" local agencies and the country's human rights agenda; and "reducing" human rights violations.

 
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4 minutes ago, 300sd said:

Might want to talk to the people in this so called justice system, (judges spring to mind). They seem to be at the top of the list for handing out injustice! They do what they are told, they do not follow the laws of this country, and innocents rot in prison. 

and they are quite open to bribery

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"Prime Minister Gen Prayut-Chan-o-cha delivered a keynote address on mobilizing human rights policies for 2018-19 according to the Thailand 4.0 agenda for sustainable development."

 

They always start to sneakily sliding dates into unrelated events then when elections are suddenly delayed nobody's that surprised. Remember the "20 year plan" they were on about a few years back? :coffee1:

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4 hours ago, YetAnother said:

and they are quite open to bribery

They are very familiar with bribery. After all they had to buy their position on the Bench by bribing someone higher up the ladder of "justice".

Thus it is important they get a good return on their investment from those who can afford and need to buy justice.

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

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