From Thairath, June 11, 2015
Title: Less pay, but safer
On the chair: PM’s office permanent secretary
A bag held by ML Panadda Diskul: 400,000 assistance
On the coffin: Victim of the political violence in 2556-2557 [the 2013-2014 anti-Yingluck government protests]
On another coffin: Victim of political violence in 2547-2553 [the 2004-2010 protests against Thaksin and Thaksin-controlled governments]
A bag on the coffin: Yingluck’s government pays 7.9 million per each [victim]
Tag on the bag: NACC files a charge [against these payments]
Phi Nooring: Justice shall come first.
A mouse: The price on people’s lives is not equal.
[The junta government approved a plan to pay 400,000 baht per each to the victims of the political violence in 2556-2557 (the 2013-2014 anti-Yingluck government protests).
However, for the case of fund assistance to the victims in 2547-2553 (the 2004-2010 protests against Thaksin and Thaksin-controlled governments) most of whom were Red Shirts, it has been held up to wait for the result of charges by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) as to whether Yingluck’s government violated the law by providing the funds.]