The above idea was contained in a letter submitted to NLA president Pornpetch Wichitcholachai this morning by Phra Buddha Isara, abbot of Wat Or Noi in Nakhon Pathom who played a crucial role in the protests against Ms Yingluck government last and early this year.
The monk said that he would like the NLA to draft a bill to set up the national political institute to regulate and monitor the conduct of politicians with the authority to suspend the activities of any politician once there is a complaint against him or her.
He went on saying that there should be a law making corruption cases ungoverned by the statute of limitations meaning that the cases will never expire and can always be brought against the corrupt politicians.
A summary report and suggestions from the public hearings on energy policy was also submitted to the NLA president by the monk.
(Photo : Thai PBS File)