Corruption and Democracy in Thailand
This book is the result of a major research study on corruption, set in its political context. It covers estimates of the amounts involved; the roles of politicians, business people, bureaucrats, and police; the political background and impact; popular attitudes on corruption; and potential counter-measures. The publication of the original research prompted a political storm. Both inside and outside of Thailand, this work is recognized as a landmark study.
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In King Rama VI's time, the police director was chosen from men he could trust.
The selection was not based on suitability in terms of previous training and other
qualities. Third, promotion criteria were irregular. Some policemen did not
director after the coup in 1932 was Luang Adul Detjarat, one of the leading army
men who took part in the coup. After the coup of 1947, General Phao Sriyanon,
one of the leading members of the coup group was appointed deputy director of ...
The director of police is responsible to the Ministry of Interior. Under the director,
there are five deputy directors responsible for five lines of work: for crime
prevention and suppression; for special activities; for administration; for internal
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