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NCPO: Our biggest achievement is peace

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NCPO: Our biggest achievement is peace

 

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BANGKOK, 19 May 2017 (NNT) - Spokesman of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) have announced the council’s achievements during its three years in office, highlighting peace and less conflicts in Thailand. 

NCPO spokesman Col. Piyaphong Klinphan said the most outstanding achievement of the council is peace in the country but the recent bombing incidents were attempts by people who want to make the public feel that the country is not peaceful. He stressed that the NCPO’s reconciliation process have decreased political conflicts or difference of opinions within a time frame, said the spokesman. 

The spokesman added that the government and the NCPO are supported by commanders of armed forces as well as other relevant government units. 

Regarding the explosion in front of the National Theatre, Col. Piyaphong said the NCPO did not want to speculate on the culprits behind the incident since the country’s peace must come first. 

Other achievements that the spokesman highlighted include the retrieval of more than 350,000 Rai of encroached forests, social-related policies, improved traffic conditions and suppression of illegal acts.

 
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"improved traffic conditions"

Wonder where that is? I think it just getting worse and worse in most places that I have been driving.

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1 hour ago, wakeupplease said:

Would that be Peace and quite because of fear of jail or worse?

Well, yes. That's how it works in a civilised society. Which is a better situation than thugs being allowed to run amok without fear of prosecution.

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Even though the surface appearance is what matters in Thailand, underneath that, things are at a roil.

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17 minutes ago, halloween said:

Well, yes. That's how it works in a civilised society. Which is a better situation than thugs being allowed to run amok without fear of prosecution.

Are you talking about now or before ?  I am confused. 

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Did he mention the word reform, Suthep's catchphrase at the time of the coup?

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Regarding the explosion in front of the National Theatre, Col. Piyaphong said the NCPO did not want to speculate on the culprits behind the incident since the country’s peace must come first.

 

Surely the safety of the country's citizens would be top priority? If the culprits behind the incident pose a threat to the public then peace should not come first.

 

He should also have quoted the number of people that have been killed in the south, both civilian and military, in the last 3 years just to be clear on such a good job they are doing. 

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22 minutes ago, halloween said:

Well, yes. That's how it works in a civilised society. Which is a better situation than thugs being allowed to run amok without fear of prosecution.

 

Exactly. No airports being seized. No whistle--blowers shutting down Bangkok.

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4 minutes ago, Thechook said:

Yes Suthep and the Mad Monk still haven't been held accountable for running amok.

Quite. how dare they protest about the criminal behaviour and excesses of their government. PTP was absolutely right sending the private militia to discourage protests.

One thing though, wasn't THAT putting a gun in someone's mouth and telling them to be happy?

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5 minutes ago, yellowboat said:

Are you talking about now or before ?  I am confused. 

Actually both. Why I prefer now is the lack of people dying.

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