Traffic law backers call for sterner charges

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The Bangkok Post

Advocates have called on the government to seek changes in the law to also impose manslaughter charges against those who violate pedestrian crossing safety rules. Thirty members of road safety and anti-drink-driving networks gathered at Government House and lodged a petition with Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon in his capacity as chairman of the national committee on road safety policy and prevention. Theerapat Prayoonsit, permanent secretary at the office of the prime minister, was on hand to receive the petition. The networks put forth the petition in response to the recent death of a…

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