Red Shirts leader met anti corruption commissioner to press Democrat Party related case nearing expiration

By Tammy; 4/19/2013

At the National Anti Corruption Commission Chiang Mai office, a group of Red Shirts lead by Varavuth Rujinapinand, met with a director of the commission, Kranarong Chantick. Varavuth asked Kranarong about the status of a major corruption case involving the sale of defunct asset, from the financial crisis some 10 years ago, where US$ billions in asset were sold off at a fraction of the book value. The case have been with the commission for several years now, and the red Shirts wanted to stressed to Kranarong that the case must not be allowed to expire. The Thai police have found that there are causes of corruption with the sale of asset process and gave the case to the commission several years ago. The case is against several senior Thais related to the Democrat Party.


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