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The Ambassador welcomed the “High Level Justice Management Program” 10th class

On 11 June 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed and gave an overall briefing about the Thailand - Japan relations to the “High Level Justice Management Program” 10th class which led by Mr. Wallop Nakbua, Director of the Office of Justice Affairs at the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo. On 11 June 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed and gave an overall briefing about the Thailand ...
Justice
11/06/2019

The Ambassador welcomed the Minister of Justice of Japan

On 14 February 2018, H.E. Ms. Yoko Kamikawa, Minister of Justice of Japan met with H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag at the Royal Thai Embassay. Both sides discussed government issues as well as reporting the outcome of visiting Thailand last January. On 14 February 2018, H.E. Ms. Yoko Kamikawa, Minister of Justice ...

The Ambassador attended the event hosted by Ms. Yoko Kamikawa, Member of the House of Representatives

On 27 February, Ambassador attended the event hosted by Ms. Yoko Kamikawa, Member of the House of Representatives and former Minister of Justice of Japan. As a friend of Ms. Kamikawa and Shizuoka Prefecture, Ambassador delivered a remarks expressing his appreciation for her past efforts in enhancing judicial cooperation between Thailand and Japan during her tenure as Justice Minister. ...
Kamikawa
27/02/2019

Perhaps What the World Needs is a Little “Kamlangjai” (Inspiration of the Heart) By Dr. Phiset Sa-ardyen Executive Director of Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ)

... for the innocent child, left an impact on the young visitor - Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol of Thailand. After receiving her Doctorate degree in Law (J.S.D) from Cornell Law School, and earning a wealth of experience in criminal justice and the rule of law from working as a public prosecutor in Thailand, the princess launched the ‘Kamlangjai Project’ (Inspire Project) in Thailand from her personal funds in 2006. Based on the premise of upholding human rights, the project ...
11/08/2021

Perhaps What the World Needs is a Little “Kamlangjai” (Inspiration of the Heart) By Dr. Phiset Sa-ardyen Executive Director of Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ)

... for the innocent child, left an impact on the young visitor - Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol of Thailand. After receiving her Doctorate degree in Law (J.S.D) from Cornell Law School, and earning a wealth of experience in criminal justice and the rule of law from working as a public prosecutor in Thailand, the princess launched the ‘Kamlangjai Project’ (Inspire Project) in Thailand from her personal funds in 2006. Based on the premise of upholding human rights, the project ...
11/08/2021

Minister welcomed the Chairman of the Law, Criminal Justice and Police Administration of the National Legislative Assembly

On 27 November 2018, Mr. Cherdchai Chaivaivid, Minister welcomed Admiral Sittawat Wongsuwon, Chairman of the Law, Criminal Justice and Police Administration of the National Legislative Assembly, and the delegation at hall of the Royal Thai Embassy. On 27 November 2018, Mr. Cherdchai Chaivaivid, Minister welcomed Admiral Sittawat Wongsuwon, Chairman of the Law, Criminal ...
27/11/2018

2013.06.23 Ambassador hosted dinner for Justice Process and Forensic Science Group

On 23 June 2013, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising hosted a dinner in honour for Justice Process and Forensic Science group, led by the Assistant Commissioner General at the Royal Thai Residence. The group was on its study visit in Japan.
26/06/2013

The delegation of the program of the high level Justice Administration, Batch 9 visited the embassy

On 29 March 2018, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomed the delegation of the program of the high level Justice Administration, Batch 9 led by Mr. Wattanachai Kumwongdee, Deputy Director General of the office of the Attorney General at the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo. The delegation listened to the briefing about Thailand – Japan relations as well as Thai ...
29/03/2018

2014.03.26 Courtesy Call by the Office of the Council of State

... Deputy Secretary-General, at the Embassy. During the visit to Japan on 18-27 March 2014, the delegation had briefings about “Legislative Process” at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and “Japan Law Database System” at the Ministry of Justice.
27/03/2014

Thailand's Profile

... Assembly consisting of the publicly elected House of Representatives and the Senate. The Parliament must approve all legislative matters of national policy, which then require the King's signature before becoming the law of the land. Administration of justice Presently, the Courts of Justice are divided into three categories, i.e., the Courts of First Instance, the Courts of Appeal and the Supreme Court. There are about 140 Courts of First Instance throughout the Kingdom. In Bangkok Metropolis, they ...
07/08/2009
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