National Council for Peace and Order’s (NCPO)
We’re going to have to find something else. You mean sedition won’t be enough? But he’s admitted giving that chappy a ride home and he’s now in his party, thick as thieves. Cut and dried for a military court, surely. Well, yes, they may make that stretch to aiding and abetting in escaping arrest. But even then it’s not going to look good in court when they show that the NCPO rep who persuaded the students to leave the police station at the time is the same officer who is now bringing charges of evading arrest.
Thailand’s junta-appointed parliament has passed a bill that will install a committee tasked with ensuring that future governments adhere to the National Council for Peace and Order’s (NCPO) strategic plans for the next twenty years. Governments which fail to bring to life the NCPO’s wishes will face prosecution by the National Anti-Corruption Commission.