Author Topic: Inequality in justice system is the root cause of all problems  (Read 605 times)

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Offline thaiga

BANGKOK, 24 March 2014 (NNT) - According to leading law experts, loopholes in the justice system, and an ineffective rule of law are the heart of social problems. Therefore, a reform is needed in order to solve the issue in the long run.

A seminar on the Rule of Law and the Access to Law was held on Monday to discuss the problem of ending the injustice in the judiciary system of Thailand.

The seminar invited Dr. Ukrit Mongkolnavin, the chairman of Thailand’s Independent National Rule of Law Commission, or NRLC, to express his opinion. He stated that the courts and independent units in the country were losing respect from the Thai people, as their rulings and judgments are mostly politically motivated and not based on the rule of law. Therefore, it is essential to maintain the rule of law and reform the judiciary system.

The seminar also invited other experts on the field to discuss the issue by sharing their opinions on how to find a way out for this problem.

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Re: Inequality in justice system is the root cause of all problems
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2014, 09:34:55 AM »
Nice words...maybe he could urge the courts to be more impartial in their views.   :lol
 

 



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