Thailand will Implement Tougher Laws to Protect Animal Wildlife

by admin on March 2, 2018

In 2015, Thailand increased the punishment term for ivory trade which, resulted in a staggering decrease of ivory poaching and distribution. Harsher punishments will now be implemented for the poaching of wildlife in hopes of the same results.

A series of amendments to the Wild Animal Reservation and Protection Act will double the current penalties to up to 14 years in jail and a 200k baht fine. The National Legislative Assembly plans to pass this law on Friday.

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The amendments follow increased pressure put on Thailand to “strengthen [their]on crimes against animals” from international and domestic organizations.

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