Bangkok Post reports that Thailand's Dictator General Prayuth Chan-ocha appointed Sonthaya Kunploem as adviser to the Prime Minister and Itthiphol Kunploem as assistant to the Tourist and Sports Minister. The two are sons of Somchai Kunploem, the Godfather of Chon Buri. Somchai Kunploem has served as one of the leading figures in Thailand's political and criminal spheres.
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Bangkok Post reports that a Bangkok school director has been expelled for taking bribe. He was hit with the most severe disciplinary penalty for having received 400'000 Baht in exchange for admitting a student to Mathayom 1 (grade 7): He loses all pension and welfare benefits. The case is just the tip of an iceberg. Corruption is omnipresent in Thailand's education system. It even starts in kindergartens and reaches its peak at the country's Universities.
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