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Parents’ may be held accountable if their children are found to be involved in street racing, while Article 44 is set to be imposed to solve this issue, says the Minister of Justice.
The Minister of Justice Gen Paiboon Koomchaya has revealed the outcome of the meeting regarding the government’s solution for street motorcycle racing held by youths and the sales of alcoholic drinks near education institutes with 40 related agencies. Both issues have continued to torment the public and caused social problems
On illegal street racing, the Justice Minister has said that parents will be held accountable for their children’s actions if it is confirmed that the youth has been involved, while all stores selling motorcycle accessories will have their licenses revoked by the Ministry of Industry if they were found to be supporting the race or racers.
The Justice Minister added that the government’s meeting has considered the feasibility in implementing the Article 44 of the interim constitution to urgently solve this matter.
The use of Article 44 for this issue will be presented to the Prime Minister next week, while authorities are now discussing law amendment to prevent street racing. The amended law will be expanded to prevent the issue in the race preparations the gathering of involved individuals.