Thailand considers opening Tourist Court to speed up justice for foreign visitors

Thailand considers opening Tourist Court to speed up justice for foreign visitors – xinhuanet.com, April 29, 2013
…”There are so many cases in which plaintiff tourists such as those who may have been robbed or physically assaulted have already departed from the country before they are eventually ruled in court. We’ve been concerned that such legal snags might inadvertently fail to serve justice or maintain the confidence of the tourists in the safety of their own lives and property while staying in our country,” Somsak said over the weekend.
The sought-after Tourist Court might not only work in the daytime but in the night to ensure that justice will be served before the foreign plaintiffs return home, commented the newly- appointed minister…

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