Of course it's not discrimination, says a deputy speaker at the Thai parliament in Bangkok after a newsman was denied use of an ambulance on standby, it's just "protocol" because a VIP might have needed it | Bangkok Post: news

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Denial of ambulance just 'protocol'

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BANGKOK - The refusal of the use of an ambulance on standby at parliament for a newsman who suffered a stroke was just protocol, not discrimination, Deputy House Speaker Charoen Chankomol insisted on Friday. 

Charoen Chankomol (File photo)

Photographer Sakol Sandhiratne, of the Nation newspaper group, suffered a cerebral haemorrhage while on assignment at the parliament on Thursday.

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