Legal help for tsunami victims coming from Thai government

[JURIST] Thai government officials have announced a program of legal assistance for victims of last week's tsunami that killed over 4000 people in Thailand and left thousands more in the country homeless. A senior spokesman for the Thai Ministry of Justice was quoted Monday as saying that the Ministry will set up a special legal center and will also produce legal handbooks and documents for the guidance and help of survivors. From Bangkok, the Thai News Agency has more.



 

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