PT government lead by Yingluck Shinawatra seek to spend 900 billion Baht for flood recovery
900 billion Baht (USD 30 billion) is was announced as the sum the PT-lead government is planning to spend on the recovery of the nation after the flood recedes. Spending of that planned to, as written by The Nation; ‘Bt800bn to overhaul water management procedures, Bt100bn to help flooded industrial estates’.
This is an enormous amount of money. This is your tax money.
Demand transparency and a removal of the typical 30% lost in corruption.
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