berndgrimm Â» 16 Nov 2016, 12:29 hat geschrieben:Ausserdem wissen sie nicht in welche Richtung sie fliegen sollen!
Kann mann da nicht einfach Lima eintippen ?
The slant Lima suffix is used for aircraft capable of Flight Level Two Niner Zero or above.
Police gave Phra Dhammajayo until midnight Wednesday to turn himself in and Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha urged the abbot to come forward but there was no sign early Thursday the sect founder intended to surrender.
The premier also warned the public not to pressure authorities who want to avoid a violent confrontation with the monkâ€™s devotees.
The premier said the public should be putting pressure on those people who are refusing to comply with the law, not police officers.
â€śDo not pressure the authorities. You want to see them beat [each other] just after they enter the gate? Will society accept this?â€ť Gen Prayut asked.
Somrak Â» 02 Dec 2016, 08:43 hat geschrieben:Wie soll der Oberscheinheilige den Scheinheiligen zu was auffordern koennen? Kriechen genĂĽgt scheinbar nicht.
Daher bin ich erstaunt, dass er fuer diesen Fall keine geheimen Vorschriften aus dem Hut zaubert.
The temple has said the former abbot remained at the temple in Pathum Thani's Khlong Luang district, although senior temple figures have since conceded they have not seen him for some time.
Police have threatened legal action against those colluding to hide the monk.
Pol Gen Srivara said the National Office of Buddhism (NOB) should be able to tell who replaced Phra Dhammajayo as head of the temple.
Authorities had given Phra Dhammajayo until today to acknowledge charges in connection with alleged encroachment by the temple's World Peace Valley Meditation Centre at Khao Yai National Park in Nakhon Ratchasima's Pak Chong district, following a warrant for his arrest issued by the Sikhiu Provincial Court.
The deadline for the former abbot to report to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) on charges of money laundering and receiving property in connection with the multi-billion-baht Klongchan Credit Union Cooperative embezzlement scandal expired on Wednesday.
Pol Gen Srivara and DSI officials discussed possible actions against Phra Dhammajayo if he fails to present himself to authorities. The meeting agreed the NOB would contact Phra Dhammajayo and convince him to surrender, he said.
The powers that be should not regard political parties as though they are rivals by continuing to limit their roles and spell out the 20-year national development plan, according to Pheu Thai Party core figure Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan.Pheu Thai and the Democrats, the two largest parties, have called on the National Council for Peace and Order to lift the ban on political activities so parties can hold meetings and prepare for the next election.
The government-proposed 20-year national development plan will drive political parties into a corner with no guarantee of promoting economic prosperity or political progress, Kanin Boonsuwan, of Pheu Thai Party's legal team, has warned.
Mr Kanin said the cabinet formed after the next general election will bear the immediate brunt of the national strategy which is now being promulgated into an organic law.
The post-election cabinet ministers would be required by law to comply with the plan whether they like it or not, and whether they campaigned on it or not, Mr Kanin said.
If the new cabinet decides to be "obedient" to the new Senate, whose ranks will include armed forces leaders, along with independent organisations and the Constitution Court, it will have to report on its progress in implementing the national strategy every three months throughout its tenure, which will place a burden on the national administration, he said.Mr Kanin warned the task would be arduous and restrict the cabinet's work, which could take its toll on ministers' efforts to push through economic policies to solve problems for the poor.
As such, the country would be "dead" before the 20-year national plan ends, said Mr Kanin, who chairs the party's panel monitoring the drafting of the organic laws.
Bail will not be granted to embattled abbot Phra Dhammajayo after police arrest him, the national police chief says.
Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda said Tuesday the case has dragged on for months and it should come to an end with Phra Dhammajayo being prosecuted.
â€žOnce the arrest happens, there will be no granting of bail since police gave him [Phra Dhammajayo] a chance to turn himself in [and receive bail] earlier, but he ignored it,â€ś he said.
Pol Gen Chakthip said an investigation has confirmed Phra Dhammajayo is still in Wat Phra Dhammakaya.
â€žThis case will come to an end within three months. The authorities gave him many chances and it has gone on too long,â€ś the police chief said.
The Royal Thai Police has prepared about 1,000 officers for an operation to raid the temple and arrest the abbot after the monk failed to report to authorities by last weekâ€™s deadline.
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