Doi Suthep conservation network insists COJ housing project must be demolished
The state-people joint committee on the Court of Justice (COJ) housing project controversy in Chiang Mai has agreed on four-point proposal, but still at odds over whether the houses should be demolished. The Third Army Region-appointed committee, which consists of representatives from relevant state agencies and opponents of the housing project which is located at the foot of Doi Suthep held a meeting on Friday (April 20) to work out solution to the conflict. However, the COJ stayed out of the meeting and also prohibited the committee members from entering the housing project site to inspect the area. The committee agreed on four proposals, which would be submitted to the Third Army commander Lt-Gen Wijak Banpasop and Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha for consideration. The four proposals are: Restoration of forest area at the project site. The government must allocate budget and find a new site for the construction of COJ housing...
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