The opposition on Wednesday slammed the allocation of a budget to finance the government's reconciliation efforts, saying parliament and taxpayers would be unable to hold the administration accountable for that spending.
Digital clocks hang on the parliament wall displaying world times capture media attention on the first day of the 2014 Budget Bill debate. The Secretariat of the House of Representatives is accused of inappropriate use of public funds to purchase 200 clocks at 75,000 baht apiece. (Photo by Thiti Wannamontha)
The first day of the second reading of the budget bill began Wednesday.
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