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Pol Gen Surachate ‘Big Joke’ Hakparn Fights Corruption with Landmark NACC Petition

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Suspended deputy national police chief Pol Gen Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn has taken a bold step, filing a petition with the House Speaker on Tuesday. This proactive move calls for an investigation into the allegedly unusual wealth of a National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) member, who is quite ironically on the committee examining a money laundering case against him. Backed by the signatures of 20,000 supporters, the petition demands the removal of the unnamed NACC commissioner, citing severe ethical violations and corruption.

“This is indeed a historic moment,” Pol Gen Surachate declared. “For the first time, constitutional rights are being utilized to bring charges against a state official from an independent organization.” He emphasized the authenticity of all the collected signatures, asserting that his actions are driven by principle, not personal vendettas.

In what he touts as a groundbreaking movement for Thailand, Pol Gen Surachate is mobilizing the public like never before. To facilitate further action, he introduced, a new website enabling the public to sign petitions aimed at removing the accused commissioner from his post.

Rewind to April, and you’ll find Pol Gen Surachate challenging the very integrity of the NACC. He petitioned against the presence of this controversial commissioner on the 14-member panel investigating his own money-laundering case, highlighting a direct personal conflict. According to the petition, the commissioner had previously accused Pol Gen Surachate of questioning his qualifications for his NACC role back in 2021.

The tension reached a fever pitch when the commissioner made a rather bold statement: “You should wish you don’t need my help in the future.” Such behavior, deemed inappropriate by Pol Gen Surachate, only fueled his resolve to bring this matter to the forefront.

Pol Gen Surachate’s campaign showcases the power of collective action in Thailand. As citizens add their voices to his cause, it’s evident that this isn’t just a fight about individual animosities— it’s about holding institutions accountable and championing transparency.

With “” now live, the public has a new rallying point to push for ethical governance and expose corruption. Whether or not Pol Gen Surachate’s actions will lead to the commissioner’s removal remains to be seen, but one thing’s certain: the call for justice is resonating across the nation.

As the story unfolds, all eyes will be on Pol Gen Surachate and his burgeoning movement. Will it spark a new era of accountability in Thailand? Only time will tell. For now, the petition stands as a testament to the power of determined and principled action in the face of controversy.


  1. Anna Williams June 19, 2024

    Surachate’s efforts are nothing short of heroic! Finally, someone courageous enough to challenge the entrenched corruption within the NACC.

    • Pat June 19, 2024

      Heroic or hypocritical? Let’s not forget he’s under investigation himself. Seems like he’s trying to deflect attention.

      • Anna Williams June 19, 2024

        Even if he’s under investigation, that doesn’t mean he can’t fight corruption on other fronts. Two wrongs don’t make a right, but fighting one wrong can start somewhere.

    • moonwalker22 June 19, 2024

      Pat has a point. It’s possible he’s just using this as a distraction. The whole system is a mess.

  2. Dr. Lee June 19, 2024

    Whether you agree with Surachate or not, the fact that 20,000 people signed this petition shows there’s significant public support for his cause.

    • concerned_citizen June 19, 2024

      That’s true, Dr. Lee. Public support can’t be ignored. But are these signatures vetted properly? That’s another issue.

    • Dr. Lee June 19, 2024

      Fair point. Authenticity of the signatures is crucial for the legitimacy of the petition.

  3. Tom P. June 19, 2024

    I think Surachate’s move is a double-edged sword. It could lead to better accountability, but it also risks turning into a witch hunt.

    • Sara K. June 19, 2024

      Exactly, Tom. Accountability is essential, but we need to ensure that it’s not driven by personal vendettas.

    • Tom P. June 19, 2024

      True, Sara. The focus should be on systemic reform, not just individual cases.

  4. John June 19, 2024

    Why not just do a proper audit of the NACC and resolve this through proper channels?

    • Eddie June 19, 2024

      John, if proper channels were so effective, we wouldn’t be having this conversation in the first place. Sometimes, public pressure is necessary.

    • John June 19, 2024

      Maybe, but this could lead to chaos if not managed properly.

    • Eddie June 19, 2024

      True, there needs to be balance, but change rarely comes from playing it safe.

  5. Nina June 19, 2024

    It’s sad that we live in a world where this kind of public action is necessary to fight corruption. Institutions should self-regulate.

    • Dave June 19, 2024

      Idealistically, yes, Nina. But we don’t live in an ideal world. Public action prompts the necessary changes that self-regulation often fails to deliver.

  6. realist99 June 19, 2024

    Surachate is playing politics. This has nothing to do with ethics but more about his power struggle with the NACC.

  7. Sylvia M. June 19, 2024

    I support Surachate! We need more brave officials like him who dare to question injustices openly.

    • Mike June 19, 2024

      Sylvia, he is also embroiled in controversy. How sure are you that his motives are pure?

    • Sylvia M. June 19, 2024

      Even if he has ulterior motives, if his actions lead to greater scrutiny on corruption, then it’s still a win for society.

  8. RollbackLucy June 19, 2024 could be a revolutionary platform for change. I’m cautiously optimistic.

  9. Carlos Perez June 19, 2024

    Ethical governance sounds nice, but in reality, these big players are all corrupted. It’s the lesser evil among them.

  10. Jessica T. June 19, 2024

    Transparency is the key here. If the NACC is as clean as it claims, they should welcome this investigation.

  11. honeybadger June 19, 2024

    Just another battle in the never-ending war on corruption. Call me cynical, but I doubt much will change.

  12. academic_ace June 19, 2024

    Regardless of the outcome, Surachate’s case provides a valuable lesson on civic engagement.

  13. Vicky June 19, 2024

    I think the public should be more involved in these decisions. Platforms like are a step in the right direction.

    • Amit June 19, 2024

      Absolutely, Vicky. True democracy thrives when the public has a voice in governance.

  14. Petra L. June 19, 2024

    Surachate might not be a saint, but he’s definitely shaking things up. Sometimes that’s what it takes to provoke real change.

  15. Liam G. June 19, 2024

    What’s the point of supporting him if he himself is possibly corrupt? Isn’t that hypocritical?

    • Sophia June 19, 2024

      Good question, Liam. The focus should be on the issues at hand. If his actions lead to cleaner governance, then it’s a positive step.

  16. peacekeeper1984 June 19, 2024

    Petitions and websites are fine, but real change needs legislative reforms. This seems more like a PR stunt.

  17. Oliver J. June 19, 2024

    It’s high time someone held the NACC accountable. Kudos to Surachate, despite his own controversies.

  18. Greta June 19, 2024

    Public trust in institutions is at an all-time low. Moves like these help restore some faith.

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