Double Standard: Unequal Equality in Thai Society

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Siriprapa Pakau


Equality is a fundamental principle of human dignity. Humans are equally supported and protected by law without considering human attributes such as ethnicity, religion, language, and origin. At the same time, the principle of equality is a principal that controls the government authority to exercise its power independently to particular group. The government must be able to explain why government takes actions that cause effects or provides advantage to specific individuals.


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