berndgrimm hat geschrieben:
Jetzt sind die 2,2 Billionen THB ja genehmigt und das grosse Einsacken kann beginnen.
Naja, wenn ich folgendes lese, dann koennte es noch eins auf die gierigen langen Finger geben.
Two trillion baht bill likely to be killed by charter court
Former energy minister Piyaswasdi Amranand believes the two trillion baht borrowing bill will be shot down by the Constitution Court.
Speaking at a seminar Thursday, he said that the current political conflicts stemmed from the governmentâ€™s attempts to ram blanket amnesty bill, the draft constitutional amendment and the two trillion baht borrowing bill through the parliament in a hush-hush manner.
The government wants to implement the infrastructure mega projects which include high-speed trains and dual-track rails with off-budget fund in order to bypass parliamentary scrutiny.
Piyaswasdi said that in the past mega projects were funded by budgetary allocations but the projects have to be transparent and with details. There is no need for the government to use special method to implement the mega projects which will bypass scrutiny, he added.
He suggested the government to rethink the Bangkok-Chiang Mai high-speed train project and to refocus on dual-track rail project. The fund needed for the high-speed train project can buy up to 330 planes and the air fares will be cheaper than the high-speed train fares, he said.
http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/two-tr ... ter-court/