The Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) is seeking arrest warrants for four Commerce Ministry officials who appeared on an anti-government rally stage last month, caretaker Deputy Commerce Minister Yanyong Puangraj revealed on Tuesday.
Mr Yanyong said warrants are being sought for the four civil servants after he instructed commerce permanent secretary Srirat Rastapana to send video clip evidence capturing their rally stage appearance to the CMPO.
Two of the officials work for the Department of International Trade Promotion and one each for the Department of Business Development and the Department of Trade Negotiations.
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