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 August 1988 Prime Minister Chatichai became the first elected Thai prime
minister for 12 years. The majority of his cabinet members were also chosen from
elected MPs. The National Peace-Keeping Council (npkc) set up by the military ...
These new public offices were directly under the Prime Minister's Office. In 1959
Sarit moved the Budget Bureau to be under the Prime Minister's Office, and
passed the Budgetary Procedures Act of 1959 which empowered the prime
minister to ...
While talking about elected governments being more corrupt, respondents from
the bureaucracy often cited the case of the government led by prime minister
Chatichai. And when referring to non-elected governments which are not corrupt,
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