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Prime Minister Yingluck Highlights The Importance Of The Rule Of Law

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Prime Minister Highlights the Importance of the Rule of Law

BANGKOK: -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has stressed the importance of the rule of law, saying that it is the foundation of domestic legal order that helps support social stability.

The Prime Minister spoke about the rule of law in her remarks at the 17th Annual Conference and General Meeting of the International Association of Prosecutors.

The event, scheduled for 28 October – 2 November 2012, takes place at the Bangkok Convention Center, CentralWorld, in Bangkok, with 200 participants from 70 countries. The theme of the conference is “Transnational Organized Crime.”

In her remarks, Prime Minister Yingluck stated that the rule of law is fundamental to democracy since it ensures that the rights and liberties of all individuals are protected. On the international front, the rule of law is vital to peaceful relations between all nations.

As for Thailand, she said, building a stable democracy is important for national reconciliation to happen, which would make it possible to build a better quality of life through sustainable economic growth and development. Without a transparent and effective rule of law, the process will be disrupted.

But for the rule of law to be effective, the Prime Minister pointed out that it must be based on a number of factors. One of the most important is equality before the law and equal treatment under the law. People must truly feel that they are being treated equally and fairly. This is why strengthening the rule of law is an important priority of the present Thai government. It has been applied to many important issues, from political conflicts to violence in the southern border provinces.

Prime Minister Yingluck also explained that the rule of law can lead to business growth. Effective enforcement of legal contracts, which promotes transparency and creates a level playing field for all, is essential to the growth in business and investment. Without legal certainty, there is a higher risk for investments. She said that her government would work under this principle and apply it to its plan to invest 74 billion US dollars in major infrastructure and logistics projects, in which international firms have been invited to participate.

Prime Minister Yingluck also touched on the critical role of public prosecutors who are required to provide unbiased judgment to protect people from criminals, provide compensation to victims of crimes, and, most importantly, to guarantee the rights and freedoms of people.

In other words, she said, public prosecutors are central to promoting the rule of law, effective legal enforcement and the promotion of social order while respecting the rights of the people. Their actions help enforce the law and ensure respect for the rule of law. It is important that all countries continue to support development of public prosecutors with the highest standards of professionalism and integrity.

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What a hypocrite. Who is she trying to fool with this importance of rule of law BS? Her one and only mission is to help her brother by changing all laws on its way.

How about the arrest warrants that are outstanding? Is the police going to arrest her brother now?

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Is this the day 1 of law enforcement, now?

Or, because it is part of democracy, has more or less nothing to do, with the Thai way of 'Rule of Money'?

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That´s cute, coming from someone that would be nothing without the "benefit" of corruption, abuse of power and flaunting of the laws.

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So when's her perjury charge going to be announced?

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Rule of Law indeed.....This is akin to Chalerm giving a public service anouncment on the responsible use of ear-infection medication.

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Were her fingers crossed while she made this whole speech. Did the crowd manage to keep a straight face during the speech.

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Does it apply to her family, or are they exempt?

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Can Thai people be so stupid, as to believe all this BULL SH!T coming out of this government? Seems so!

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I look forward to her honest answers in the up-coming no-confidence motion, though disappointment won't be surprising.

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But for the rule of law to be effective, the Prime Minister pointed out that it must be based on a number of factors. One of the most important is equality before the law and equal treatment under the law. People must truly feel that they are being treated equally and fairly.

The red thugs that are rotting in jail while the "red thug leaders that instructed them to commit the crimes they are serving time for" are living a life of luxury and have MP status, are not going to be happy with this statement. But hey the rule of law is dependant on if the Shinawatra owes you or you owe them. In the latter case sorry Charlie you are on your own.

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I look forward to her honest answers in the up-coming no-confidence motion, though disappointment won't be surprising.

Yingluck give an honest answer? cheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gif

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