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Old 13-08-2017, 06:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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24,000 villagers' land rights in Budo-Su-ngai Pa Di national park proved

YALA, 12 August 2017 (NNT) - The Southern Border Provinces Administration Center (SBPAC) disclosed that the agency has proved land rights in the Budo-Su-ngai Pa Di national park for over 24,000 villagers.

Deputy SBPAC Secretary-General Mr. Kraisorn Wisitwong said that the Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (Public Organization), civil society groups and local villagers had helped the SBPAC prove the land rights in the Budo-Su-ngai Pa Di national park for over 24,000 out of a total of about 30,000 villagers.

The proof of the land rights in Budo-Su-ngai Pa Di national park was designed to express sincerity of the Thai government toward dissidents and to create a good atmosphere which will lead to peace talks.

The SBPAC has confirmed that it will transparently prove land rights of the remaining 10,000 villagers. Those who may not meet the approval criteria will not be abandoned and will certainly be allocated another plot of land, he said.

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24,000 villagers' land rights in Budo-Su-ngai Pa Di national park proved
YALA, 12 August 2017 (NNT) - The Southern Border Provinces Administration Center (SBPAC) disclosed that the agency has proved land rights in the Budo-Su-ngai Pa Di national park for over 24,000 villagers.

Deputy SBPAC Secretary-General Mr. Kraisorn Wisitwong said that the Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (Public Organization), civil society groups and local villagers had helped the SBPAC prove the land rights in the Budo-Su-ngai Pa Di national park for over 24,000 out of a total of about 30,000 villagers.

The proof of the land rights in Budo-Su-ngai Pa Di national park was designed to express sincerity of the Thai government toward dissidents and to create a good atmosphere which will lead to peace talks.

The SBPAC has confirmed that it will transparently prove land rights of the remaining 10,000 villagers. Those who may not meet the approval criteria will not be abandoned and will certainly be allocated another plot of land, he said.

http://nwnt.prd.go.th/CenterWeb/News...C6008120010122
The current Thai (so-called) military regime government, really does make many sincere efforts to maintain a balanced, socio/economically stable society (vis-a-vis) the U.S.A., INC., by taking "intelligent" universal care of it's own citizenry first, last and always, as usual. Again, way to go Thailand! Way to go,

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The current Thai (so-called) military regime government,
What is "so-called" about it? It most certainly IS a military regime.

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really does make many sincere efforts to maintain a balanced, socio/economically stable society
What is balanced in terms of socio-economics? The only thing those in power (whatever regime for the last several centuries) are interested in doing is maintaining a feudal state. Recent decades it's been disguised under the false mantle of false democracy.

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by taking "intelligent" universal care of it's own citizenry first, last and always,
You sound like a bad propagandist. Thailand, welcome to your version of Kelly-Anne Conway.

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as usual.
You don't live in Thailand, obviously.
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