The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) on Tuesday said it will ask Gen Preecha Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s more youthful sibling, to recognize charges of disguising resources having a place with himself and his significant other.
The officials casted a ballot 9-0 that there were grounds to the claim against Gen Preecha, likewise a congressperson. Niwatchai Kasemmongkol, the NACC agent secretary-general, disclosed to Isranews Agency the NACC was currently laying charges against the blamed.
In view of this, Gen Preecha would give further proclamations to the commission before the case is finished up. After that the case will be submitted to the chiefs who will conclude whether to advance it to examiners. He was blamed for erroneously pronouncing his resources and liabilities while presenting with the National Legislative Assembly framed after the National Council for Peace and Order brought down the Pheu Thai-drove government in 2014.
The supposed bogus assertion has to do with Gen Preecha’s inability to remember his home for Phitsanulok and a financial balance having a place with his significant other, Pongpuan, in the couple’s resource list. Gen Preecha said he disclosed everything to the commission in January and February and would allow the law to run its course.
He demanded that he recorded his resources and liabilities appropriately. The NACC likewise discovered grounds to claims against three current MPs and one previous MP who supposedly let individual administrators utilize their democratic cards in parliament.
In one case, Chalong Thoetwiraphong, a Bhumjaithai MP for Phatthalung; Phumsit Khongmi, a Bhumjaithai MP for Phatthalung; and Natee Ratchakitprakanr, a previous Bhumjaithai list MP, were blamed for abandonment of obligation for permitting different administrators to get hold of their MP cards to cast a ballot during a House pondering of the spending charge a year ago. For another situation, it is claimed that Thanikan Phonphongsarot, a Palang Pracharath Party MP for Bangkok, gave her card to an individual MP to decide for her benefit.The six included could look as long as 20 years in jail, a fine of somewhere in the range of 20,000 and 200,000 baht, or both.