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28 December 2009 :: 14:12:07 pm 3218

Opposition File Complaint Against Foreign MP

The Thai opposition party are planning to file complaints against the Thai Foreign Affairs Minister and the Deputy Secretary General over leaked documents.
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Bangkok, the 27th of December 2009 [TNA]: Thailand’s Opposition Puea Thai Party (PTP) plans to file complaints with the Office of the National Counter Corruption Commission (NCCC) against Foreign Affairs Minister Kasit Piromya and Panithan Wattanayakorn, deputy secretary-general to the prime minister, for malfeasance over the leaked classified document concerning Thai-Cambodian relations, a party spokesman said Sunday.

 Spokesman Prompong Nopparit said he and a party legal expert would file complaints with the NCCC this week urging the state agency to probe the two government figures for malfeasance under Criminal Law Article 157 after both admitted that the document, prepared by the foreign affairs ministry for Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, was authentic.

The document was made public by Jatuporn Prompan, a key leader of the anti-government United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD).

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday petitioned the police, charging key leaders of the UDD with publicising confidential documents and libel following the leak of the ministry’s classified document on relations between Thailand and Cambodia.

The action undertaken by Mr. Kasit should be considered as abuse of power, violating other people’s rights, affecting security in and outside the country, and planning to cause damage to former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra as well as to the government and the public, said Mr. Prompong.

The document, leaked from the Foreign Ministry, was released by Jatuporn, a member of the opposition Puea Thai Party and UDD key leader. Mr Jatuporn claimed that it contained measures to threaten the life of fugitive former prime minister Thaksin.

Mr. Prompong said he would also ask the PTP party membership whether the party should petition to remove Foreign Minister Kasit from his post. Meanwhile, Mr. Jatuporn filed a complaint with the police against Foreign Minister Kasit for being negligent in doing his duty and defamation related to the classified document case.

The UDD leader also lodged complaints against Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Veerasak Futrakul and Vachara Phetthong, a Democrat MP, accusing them of defaming him and lodged a false complaint against him. (TNA)

Finance minister’s wife files complaint to police against opposition MP

The wife of Thailand’s Finance Minister Korn Chatikavanij filed a complaint to the police Sunday against a member of parliament from the opposition Puea Thai Party charging him with contempt and demanding Bt30 million in compensation for damages.

Bangkok, the 27th of December [TNA]: Worakorn Chatikavanij filed the complaint at a Bangkok police station demanding that police take action against Anudit Nakhonthap, a Bangkok MP, after the latter gave a press conference accusing her husband and herself of allegedly upgrading their plane tickets to first class for free and that he also carried luggage exceeding the weight limit.

Reiterating that the charges were groundless, Mrs. Worakorn said she used THAI gold card member and mileage cards during the recent trips, and that she had decided to file the complaint as a personal matter because the slander charges had tarnished the reputation of her family.

Meanwhile, Prompong Nopparit, spokesman of the opposition Puea Thai Party, defended Mr Anudit’s right to criticise Finance Minister Korn as he a public figure and it is appropriate for him to be criticised and scrutinised by the opposition party.

Mr Prompong said he believed Mr. Anudit must have obtained sufficient evidence before making the charges. He said Mr. Korn, who is responsible for the national financial affairs, should clarify the matter instead of attacking the opposition party which is doing its duty to scrutinise the government, said Mr. Prompong. (TNA)

Reporter : Methawee   Photo : Methawee   Category : Politics News

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