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‘Report all corruption,’ says Phuket Governor

Tanyaluk Sakoot

 

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Phuket Governor Norraphat Plodthong has called on residents to report all corrupt activities by officials. PR Dept / file

 

PHUKET:-- Phuket Governor Norraphat Plodthong has called on residents to report all corrupt activities by officials as the country heads toward marking International Anti-Corruption Day on Dec 9.

 

The current government’s policy is ‘Zero Tolerance & Clean Thailand’, Governor Norrphat told officials at Phuket Provincial Hall yesterday (Sept 18).

 

“I expect Phuket people to report any officials found involved in corruption. Do not ignore corrupt officials’ behaviour,” he said.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/ report-all-corruption-says-phuket-governor-63951.php#l5mgeaoVKxxFryBZ.97

 
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6 minutes ago, zaphod reborn said:

Start at the top and don't forget any official that has ever worked in or been affiliated with the Phuket Land Office. 

So, start with a certain police reformer?

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It's good to know he, at least, did not buy his position and during his posting it can be seen his house, cars etc. will match his salary.  Hope he will also support local newspapers better than has happened previously.

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6 minutes ago, johng said:

Can I report that a "democratic soldier" staged a coup ,tore up the constitution , gave himself and minions total immunity from past present  and future wrong doings ?

All officials are reportable but some are more reportable than others.

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1 minute ago, edwinchester said:

All officials are reportable but some are more reportable than others.

Isn't that book banned too ?

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I don't know whether the Gov is more believable in his military look or one of his Bespoke fancy shirts he wears when getting his boots on the ground. Maybe try a wig, false beard and dark pair of sunglasses, nip down to Immigration and see if you can get a certificate of residency, you know that 'Free' service - could make a start there... Patong or Phuket town either will do for the exercise

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Just to see where there is still space to gain...

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