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Most thais want temples to declare assets: survey

Aug 31. 2014
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Up to 87.24 per cent of Thai Buddhists see that Buddhist temples should declare their assets, an opinion survey by the National Institute of Development Administration found.
The survey was carried out among 1,254 Buddhists on Thursday and Friday.
The survey found that 9.33 per cent of the respondents did not agree with the proposal to require temples to declare assets while 3.43 per cent had no comment.
The survey also found that 73.84 per cent of the respondents wanted monks to declare their assets while 21.13 per cent disagreed and 5.03 per cent had no comment.
The Nation
 

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