Tragic shooting pushes guns, drugs to top of Thai political agenda – Nikkei Asia

Prime minister and opposition bring back 'war on drugs' talk
BANGKOK — The twin scourges of firearms and illicit drugs have once again risen on Thailand’s national agenda in the wake of a mass killing that left 38 people dead, including 24 children and the gunman.
In the week since the tragedy, government and opposition parties have put forward proposals ranging from an all-out war on drugs to police reform and a focus on mental health.
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