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BANGKOK 19 October 2018 13:35
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Minister orders probe into annual loss of Bt1.5-bn from fund

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48 minutes ago, JAG said:

Of course there are no effective audit procedures. I would even question whether "fraud," is the most appropriate term - open plundering seems to fit better!

 

It is however, part of the unspoken contract which applies to the way that the country is governed.

 

Wealth is power. It brings with it further control of and access to the country's economic resources. The cartel who occupy this " high ground" need the various agencies and arms of government to keep them there. They buy their loyalty by allowing them the freedom to be as corrupt as they wish, or perhaps more accurately as they can be.

 

They loyalty of those further down the food chain in these agencies is ensured by a sophisticated system where the proceeds are shared out according to rank.

 

 

 

They do have auditors,they get one of the biggest slices of the cake.

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So you see the true  underbelly  of  Thailand where some of the  most vulnerable in society are even threatened, the "real" Thailand, not that happy  smiley grengjai BS crap , its runs on total fear thru the hierarchy.

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1 hour ago, tomacht8 said:

Those who pay taxes in thailand can only be annoyed. Everywhere there are criminal figures who rob the population. It's absolutely sickening.

Something I have avoided all my life is taxes, evasion ,avoidance, whatever its  just a  sick game, it never goes where it should and in Thailand its  even more of a   dismal joke, I always said the best way to tax is to slap it on everything bought ( which they do anyway) and forget income tax as thats the  biggest disincentive to work hard ever.

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wonder what happened to the inquiry as to the massive corruption ripping off the poor people, thats gone quiet, still typical, they think people forget if left long enough

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China simply hang, for the effective fight against corruption, the thieving officials on the gallows.

In particularly severe cases like this, Thailand should also consider this.

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Nothing to do with corrupt officials or government offices, it's all the companies !!!!

Thailand is rotten to the core with corruption and it always will be.

No-one will clean it up because it goes right to the very top & is endemic all the way to the gutter!

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11 hours ago, webfact said:

Minister orders probe into annual loss of Bt1.5-bn from fund

Anyone else they forgot to hand out an invitation to the trough?

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No enforcement by the police probably caused most of these disabilities, no oversight of any monies that go to the poor and disabled, which apparently seem to disappear because of manipulation through fear of the vulnerable populations-pretty sickening 

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