Police are always police wherever they are: RTP deputy spokesman

PUBLISHED ON SAT, MAY 20, 2017 1:29 PM

Police are always police wherever they are: RTP deputy spokesman

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The Royal Thai Police is ready to come under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Justice as proposed by a police reform subcommittee in the coordinating committee of the National Legislative Assembly and the National Reform Steering Assembly.

 

Pol Maj-Gen Songpol Wattanachai, deputy spokesman of the RTP, said Friday that police, as the guardians of the people, are ready to accept whatever status decided by the government “because we are still the people’s guardians”.

 

The police reform subcommittee’s proposal on the status of the RTP will be submitted to the whips of the NLA and NRSA for consideration

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/police-always-police-wherever-rtp-deputy-spokesman/

 

 
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