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07.08.09, 15:20 #71Bukeo
Re: Newin ChidchobZitat von waanjai_2",p="759258
07.08.09, 17:05 #72
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07.08.09, 17:12 #73petpet
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"Um den Krieg zu überleben, muss man selbst zum Krieg werden."
07.08.09, 17:47 #74Bukeo
Re: Newin ChidchobZitat von petpet",p="759316
ich glaube, das macht Newin gerade :-)
10.08.09, 01:28 #75
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10.08.09, 03:28 #76Bukeo
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14.08.09, 12:28 #77
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Re: Newin Chidchob
Am nächsten Montag, wenn die Rothemden ihre Petition an das Sekretariat des Königs in Bangkok übergeben werden, fällt auch die Entscheidung über die Gummibaum-Setzlinge.
Im Kern geht es um Newin. Seit dem der die Seiten gewechselt hat, hat der vor Gericht immer viel bessere Karten. Das läßt Vertrauen in die Unparteilichkeit der thail. Gerichte und Sonder-Institutionen so richtig wachsen.
Also ist es eigentlich egal, wie die Wahlkommission entscheiden wird. So oder so dürfte es Ärger geben.
14.08.09, 13:54 #78
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Was haettest du denn gerne - hier eine Auswahl:
NCCC to probe Thaksin, two others
BANGKOK - Thailand's National Counter-Corruption Commission (NCCC) has set up subcommittees to investigate malfeasance charges against former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, former Transport Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit and former Highway Department Chief Srisuk Chanthrangsu.
NCCC spokesman Klanarong Chanthik said a subcommittee, headed by NCCC member Chaided Phornchaiya, will look into alleged involvement of the deposed prime minister in a special-mode bidding for security services at Suvarnabhumi international airport.
Mr. Thaksin chaired the airport's executive board.
Another subcommittee, headed by NCCC member Phakdee Bhothisiri, will investigate alleged involvement of the former transport minister in the graft in relation to duty-free shops at Suvarnabhumi international airport and provincial airports as well as a commercial development project at Suvarnabhumi airport terminals.
Another subcommittee, headed by Mr. Chaided, will look into alleged involvement of the former highways chief in bidding for construction of four-lane roads financed by Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC).
Thailand anti-corruption commission to investigate former prime minister
Thailand's National Counter-Corruption Commission (NCCC) has approved the creation of three subcommittees to investigate former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and two of his former senior administration officials, according to an NCCC spokesperson Thursday.
The first subcommittee will probe Thaksin's involvement in the bidding for security services at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport while serving on the airport's executive board.
The other two subcommittees will investigate allegations against former Transport Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit and former Highway Department chief Srisuk Chanthrangsu in connection with duty-free airport shops and road construction, respectively.
Thaksin was ousted in a bloodless military coup in September 2006 while travelling abroad. He and his wife Pojamarn have also been accused of corruption, conflict of interest violations, and dereliction of duty for personal gain in charges stemming from a 2003 land purchase by Pojamarn from the government-directed Financial Institutions Development Fund. Thaksin has refused to return to Thailand to face charges because he says he does not expect to receive a fair trial.
AEC finds more graft in housing project
The Assets Examination Committee will on Tuesday decide whether to let its probe panel dig into a new discovery of 1.2 Billion Baht in bribes paid by contractors in the government's Ua Athorn affordable-housing project.
"About 15 contractors are suspected of paying bribes similar to the Pastiya case," panel chairman Kaewsan Atibhodi said, in reference to the Thai-Malaysian joint-venture builder.
Kaewsan said he was ready to expand his investigation to gather evidence beyond the Pastiya case, which is at the indictment stage.
The joint venture was accused of paying 470 Million Baht to win the job to build 7,500 units.
The tea money was allegedly stashed in individual accounts linked to a rice-trading firm seen as close to former Social Development and Human Security Minister Watana Muangsook.
- The Nation
Wattana accused of receiving bribes
A number of business operators have implicated Wattana Muangsuk, former Social Development and Human Security Minister, in alleged demands for bribes relating to the 8.9 billion baht Baan Ua-arthorn low-cost housing project. On the 8.9-billion-baht Baan Ua-arthorn low-cost housing project, ASC Secretary Kaewsan Atipho said a major rice trader in Phichit province has accused Wattana of demanding kickbacks related to the Baan Ua-arthorn project. Kaewsan said the ASC's sub-panel on the project has traced the money to a money laundering scam involving 8.5 billion baht of the project's cash. The sub-panel will ask the Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) to look into the alleged scam.
PTT verdict a lesson for power-holders
Matichon Editorial: Those who pushed for the privatisation of the Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT) must be held responsible for the problems that have ensued. The Supreme Administrative Court last Friday rejected a petition by consumer groups to nationalise the PTT Pcl, but ordered the Finance Ministry to return some assets to the state because the previous government illegally gave the company the power to expropriate land for gas pipelines after it sold shares to the public and became private. This is a lesson for power-holders that they should not privatise state enterprises without listening to the opinions of all stakeholders. People responsible for the sale of shares of PTT, whose 1.04 trillion baht market capitalisation accounts for 15% of Thailand's stock market, must be held accountable for any damage done to the country. The land expropriated by PTT to lay gas pipelines is a state asset that must be used for the benefit of the Thai people, not a few major shareholders of PTT. A small group of people, apparently with political connections, snapped up large portions of PTT shares when they were offered to the public.
Thaksin government cost the state 180 Billion Baht
The Thaksin administration caused more than 180 Billion Baht in damage to the country, according to a booklet by the Assets Examination Committee (AEC) to be released today.
Over 50,000 copies of the AEC's Yellow Paper will be distributed today to mark the one-year of achievement of the AEC.
The paper includes an interview with AEC spokesman Sak Korsaengruang, which reveals the obstacles the AEC has faced in its investigation.
- The Nation
Probe into 23 Corruption Cases to Conclude before Term Ends
The Assets Examination Committee confirms that the investigations into the 23 cases of the 12 corrupt projects under the Thaksin administration will be completed by June next year before the panel's term ends.
The Secretary-General of the Assets Examination Committee (AEC) Kaewsan Atipothi affirms that the investigations into the 23 cases of 12 the corrupt projects under the previous government led by Thaksin Shinawatra will be completed by June next year before the AEC's term ends.
The AEC will forward all cases to related agencies so the court cases will proceed in accordance with the justice system.
Kaewsan states that the 12 corruption allegations that the AEC has accepted to consider have been divided into 23 cases.
Four of them have already been forwarded to related state agencies for further consideration and the rest are expected to be completed by June next year.
The AEC's Secretary-General adds that the probes into five other cases, namely corruption in the CTX bomb scanner project, the purchase of rubber saplings, the Ua-athorn housing project, the controversial loan by Krung Thai Bank, and the installation of electrical cables at Suvarnabhumi Airport, will be concluded by the end of January.
- Thailand Outlook
Mr. Sak Korsaengruang, a member of the Assets Examination Committee (AEC) and chairman of the AEC subcommittee on the Export-Import (EXIM) Bank case, reported that his subcommittee has set January 13th as the deadline for the deposed Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, to testify in the case.
Mr. Sak said that Thaksin's lawyer had requested the AEC subcommittee postpone his client's testimony from December 29th, 2007, to January 28th, 2008, but the subcommittee shortened the postponement period to January 13th. Mr. Sak said the subcommittee will request the AEC to conclude the investigation of the case if Thaksin does not show up on January 28th to give testimony.
AEC : 2 Lawsuits Await Ex PM's Response
AEC member, Kaewsan Atipoti, said Committee Chairman, Nam Yimyam, has mailed deposed Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, the charges against him, after the ex-premier did not report himself before authorities on January 3rd to acknowledge the allegations, as required.
The AEC has concluded 2 cases against Thaksin. The first is a criminal charge, accusing the former premier of violating the anti-corruption law by holding stakes in a company that received state concessions.
The second is a civil lawsuit, accusing Thaksin of exploiting his power as the prime minister to gain business advantages.
The AEC has previously frozen around 77 billion baht worth of assets, owned by Thaksin and his family members, which was revenue gained from the sale of Shin Corp stakes to Singapore's Temasek Holding.
The Committee gave Thaksin 15 days to respond to the allegations. If the former prime minister fails to provide any feedback, the Committee will proceed by concluding the lawsuits and filing them with the court.
- Thailand Outlook
AEC indicts ex-minister for bribery
Evidence shows Watana and others received kickbacks
The Assets Examination Committee yesterday indicted eight individuals for corruption relating to 1.2 Billion Baht in kickbacks over construction of the Ua Athorn housing project.
They included former Social Development and Human Security Minister Watana Muangsook, his aide Mana Wongpipat, and former MP Arisman Pongruangrong.
The remaining suspects are business executives allegedly involved in bribery and money laundering to secure the contract.
"Of the 15 contractors for the Ua Athorn project, eight have been linked to the 1.2 Billion Baht in bribes and evidence has clearly shown that the minister and his middlemen demanded and received kickbacks," AEC member Kaewsan Atibhodi said.
Because seven of the eight contractors are cooperating with the investigation, they will be designated as prosecution witnesses, he said. One uncooperative contractor, Thai Chen Yu International Construction Development, will be prosecuted, he added.
Authorities suspected bribes were laundered via a rice-trading firm and two other companies seen as close to Watana, while about 11 individuals would be separately investigated by the Department of Special Investigation, Kaewsan said.
In a separate indictment, the AEC charged former National Housing Authority Governor Chuanpis Chaimuenvong for abuse of power to inflate land prices for the project. Chuanpis was already named as a suspect in the bribery.
Authorities estimated that inflated prices had caused 200 Million Baht in damage to the state.
The investigation into the project is expected to be complete within the next three months.
In a related probe, the AEC-appointed panel has issued a summons for former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to rebut charges relating to his abuse of power to benefit himself and his associates. The 15-day deadline for Thaksin's defence will expire next Friday.
The AEC is mulling whether to expand its probes to cover three new cases linked to the Thaksin government. The cases involve a contractual revision by TOT to reduce a revenue-sharing scheme with AIS for prepaid mobile-phone services, a concession amendment by TOT favouring AIS on interconnection charges and an arbitrary decision by the Information and Communications Technology Ministry to launch the IPSTAR broadband satellite system in lieu of ThaiCom 4.
- The Nation
AEC to Decide on Ua Arthorn Housing Project
Thailand’s Assets Examination Committee is set to establish 2 sub-committees to investigate graft allegations in 2 separate Ua Arthorn Housing Projects after initial findings show irregularities.
A fact-finding sub-committee, headed by Kaewsan Atipho, was earlier set up to look into possible corruption in the Ua Arthorn Housing Projects.
The developments were one of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s major campaigns which promised cheap housing for the poor.
The sub-committee will today conclude its finding to the Assets Examination Committee.
It is reported that the AEC could decide to set up investigative sub-committees to formally examine the evidence on possible graft in two separate developments.
- Thailand Outlook
Thaksin ministers among 45 likely to be sued in rubber tree corruption case
BANGKOK - Several key cabinet members in the former Thaksin administration are likely to face prosecution for their alleged involvement in the rubber sapling procurement case in which Thailand's anti-graft investigation panel found substantial grounds for taking legal action, according to anti-graft panel sources.
Banjerd Singkaneti, who chairs the Assets Examination Committee (AEC) panel investigating the rubber project, told a press conference on Monday that the panel resolved to have the AEC forward the case to the Office of the Attorney General for further consideration whether or not to prosecute 45 people allegedly involved in the purchase of 90 million rubber saplings worth 1.44 Billion Baht.
Mr. Banjerd revealed that among those who have been accused in the case are former Finance Minister Somkid Jatusripitak, former Deputy Finance Minister Warathep Rattanakorn, former Agriculture Minister Sorra-at Klinprathum and former Commerce Minister Adisai Photaramik.
The case will be forwarded to the Office of the Attorney-General within 14 days before the case goes to the Supreme Court for the political office holders division.
Former Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Ccooperatives, Newin Chidchob, and the former Director-General of the Department of Agriculture, Chakan Sangraksawong, who initiated the project, will also likely to be prosecuted, according to Mr. Banjerd.
They were involved in the government's decision to award the contract to grow 90 million saplings to
private companies, he said.
The companies involved in the procurement included the agro-industrial conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Group affiliate, Charoen Pokphand Seeds Company, which allegedly supplied poor quality rubber tree saplings to farmers.
[highlight=yellow:62f10cfa51]Under a three-year contract worth 1.4 Billion Baht with the Agriculture Ministry, the CP Group was to supply, through the Rubber Replanting Aid Fund Office, 18 million rubber saplings in 2004, 27 million in 2005, and 45 million in 2006.
The programme is part of the government's plan to extend rubber plantations, long associated with the South, to 36 provinces in the North and the Northeast.
Somkid, Newin, CP possibly indicted over rubber saplings purchase
The Assets Examination Committee panel will recommend indictment against former Deputy Agriculture Minister and [highlight=yellow:62f10cfa51]former Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak among 45 people for offences involving the purchase of rubber saplings.[/highlight:62f10cfa51]
Banjerd Singkaneti, Chairman of AEC panel said the panel would suggest the AEC to file the complaint with the Attorney General to indict 45 people involved.
The panel accused Somkid, former Deputy Finance Minister Warathep Rattanakorn, former Agriculture Minister Sorra-at Klinprathum, Commerce Minister Adisai Photaramik of violating Article 11 and 83 of Criminal Law for their involvement in the purchase, he said.
Newin will be accused of violating State Bidding Act, Bidding Collussion Act 1999 and Article 83, 157 and 351 of the Criminal Law.
Three companies - Charoen Pokphand Seeds Co Ltd, Resort Land Co Ltd and Ekcharoen Co Ltd - will also be charged for joint investment, management and collusion on the bid price, he added.
- The Nation
......der Aktenberg ist gigantisch, das sind einige Auszuege, mehr?
Jederzeit - nur fragen!
14.08.09, 14:08 #79Bukeo
Re: Newin ChidchobZitat von waanjai_2",p="762098
Wird ein Putsch vom Militär durchgeführt, fordern die Rothemden Bestrafung der Putschführer - nun drohen aber die Rothemden ebenfalls mit einem Coup - also was nun - könnten sich die mal festlegen, was sie überhaupt wollen.
Ist im Prinzip das gleiche, wie nun mit Newin.
14.08.09, 14:16 #80
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Re: Newin ChidchobZitat von Bukeo",p="762132
Im Kern geht es um Thaksin und gesamte Gefolgschaft aus seiner Regierungszeit als er der CEO von Thailand Incorp. war - wie in den Auszuegen, so an/um die 45 Leute..
party is over!