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Thailand: “Restorative Justice” underway for Thailand

June 6, 2010

The main aspects of the Bill are as follows:

The Bill seeks to enhance flexibility and efficiency in the criminal justice system by offering solutions aimed at healing and reintegrating, rather than alienating and punishing. If passed, the Bill will reduce the time, cost and complexity involved in adjudicating petty offences, while at the same time upholding justice and, hopefully, reducing the chances of recidivism.


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