After animals and plants, Abhisit extends the 2000 THB special allowance to all microorganisms

Here is the fifth version of Abhisit “2000 THB special allowance”… 😉

To discover the 4 previous ones, click here.

The government extended the registrars to include over 200,000 unemployed to be qualified for the 2,000 baht stimulus money if they register for it before March 1st.

Labor Minister Paitoon Kaewthong stated that employees, who were either fired or quit but are still covered under the Social Insurance Fund within 8 months, are eligible to receive 2,000 baht stimulus money from the government. It is the responsibility of the Social Security Office or SSO to equally take care of employees with social insurance. (TOC)

We will probably have a sixth version of the plan… It’s unavoidable… Other groups are going to ask for the… same tea money…

2 Responses to “After animals and plants, Abhisit extends the 2000 THB special allowance to all microorganisms”

  1. 1 john 24 February 2009 at 8:43 am

    Everybody except 20 million poor peasants who voted for Thaksin. Image the bureacracy cost (in time and money) to bring this 2000B to the right people. Time and money much needed for the normal work load of the government.

  2. 2 fall 24 February 2009 at 3:07 pm

    Where would the money come from? My guess is that juicy Social Security Fund everyone’s been having their eyes.

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