Flood victims in Thailand want more government compensation.
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Flood victims in Thailand want more government compensation.

Narathiwat : Thailand | Dec 21, 2011 at 5:49 PM PST
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On 12/21, The Stop Global Warming Environmental Association (SGWA) in Thailand on behalf of 350 people affected by floods inrecent history filed Yingluck Prime Minister Shinawatra.According to the lawsuit, negligence and incompetence ofgovernment has contributed to severe consequences, with more than 700 people dead and millions homeless families and property ...

So Yingluck Prime Minister and ministers of agriculture, home affairs and leaders of relevant agencies shall have tocompensate. Prosecutors said that amount 5,000 baht (3.5million) that government support for each household is too small compared to losses over the past 3 months of the raging flood, and demanded to be compensated more.

In a separate incident, police in Thailand have discovered a large amount of weapons hidden in a rubber Ruesoh district,Narathiwat province southern. The number of weapons includingrifles, ammunition, military equipment and chemicals. They are thought of opposition groups to prepare Runda Kumpulanrebellion in the new year.

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Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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