Thailand passed a new bill: Thaksin Yingla’s brother and sister’s right was denied

Home > Int'l

Thailand passed a new bill: Thaksin Yingla’s brother and sister’s right was denied

2018-12-05 20:25:20 15 ℃

Thailand’s former Prime Minister Yingluck and his brother Thaksin. (Vision China)

Overseas Network December 5th Recently, the Thai Parliament passed a new bill, according to regulations, two former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck and his exiled overseas Letter, deprived of the right to initiate criminal proceedings.

According to Thailand’s Bangkok Post, local time on Tuesday (4th), the Thai parliament passed a new bill with 149 votes in favor, 0 votes against, and 3 abstentions, depriving fugitives of criminal proceedings. s right. According to regulations, the former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck and his brother Thaksin, who are in exile, apply to this new bill.

Mahannop Detwithak, president of the National Legislative Council of Thailand, said, "For the sake of fairness, those who do not respect the judicial process should not be protected under the same procedure. ”

Dwark confirmed that the bill applies to Yingla’s brothers and sisters because both of them escaped the Supreme Court’s verdict and lived overseas. But this will not affect their right to file a civil lawsuit, Devak added, "this bill is not for anyone."

Thaksin and the Thai Rak Thai Party he founded won the election in 2001 and then became prime minister. In 2007, the Thai Constitutional Court ruled that the Thai Rak Thai Party was unconstitutional in the election and ordered it to be dissolved, while Thaksin himself was exiled overseas for a long time.

In 2011, Thaksin’s sister Yingluck won the election and became the first female prime minister in Thailand. In August 2017, Thailand’s original decision to hold a “rice acquisition” in Yingla was postponed due to the inability to attend Yinglain’s illness. Since then, the Thai government has confirmed that Yingluck has fled Thailand, and Yingla has been wanted by the Thai authorities. (Overseas Network Zhang Min)

This article is a copyrighted work and is strictly prohibited from being reproduced without authorization. Overseas vision, China's position, landing on the People's Daily overseas version of the official website - overseas network www.haiwainet.cn or "Hai Ke" client, one step ahead to obtain authoritative information.