An appointed government proposed by protesters as a “people's council” could worsen Thailand's chronic corruption problems, economists have warned.
Pasuk: Loopholes a road to corruption
Prof Pasuk Phongpaichit of Chulalongkorn University's economics faculty yesterday said it is not clear who would appoint the members, and this would allow for corruption.
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