Housing project for judiciary officials: injustice on the shoulders of people
Kritsada Subpawanthanakun The case of the housing project for judiciary officials reflects the state’s monopoly on the use of resources. The people do not have rights. How can judiciary officials stay in forests while villagers cannot? Structural injustice is rooted in the law. Academics point out that this case was a statist type of resource management that ignores the people. The case of the housing project for judiciary officials reflects state monopoly and management of resources. The case of Grandpa Kaw Ei in Kaeng Krachan forest and villagers affected by the Forest Reclamation Policy and the lack of a community forest law show that the people have no right to the resources of the country. The housing project for judiciary officials in Chiang Mai (Photo from Facebook) Statist type of resource management that ignores the people. Before I come to the content of the headlines, here... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline article, Housing project for judiciary officials: injustice on the shoulders of people, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give 'Phuket Hotel Deals' a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you visit 'Prachatai'. Thank you
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