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161. (1) The Head of the State shall be in charge of the administration of the State; that is to say, the executive authority of the State shall be exercised by the Head of the State either directly or through officers subordinate to him.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the provisions of the next succeeding section, the said executive authority shall extend to all matters relating to recruitment to the State civil services, to postings and transfers, and to disciplinary matters relating to these services.
162. (1) Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, the executive authority of the State extends to the matters with respect to which the State Council has power to make laws, and in all such matters the decision of the Council shall be binding on the Head of the State.
(2) The Head of the State shall consult the State Council in all other matters relating to the State.
(3) In order to facilitate the communication of the decisions and the views of the State Council to the Head of the State, the Council shall at its first meeting after a general election elect from among its members or otherwise a Cabinet of State Ministers to aid and advise the Head of the State in the exercise of his functions.
163. The Head of the State shall give or cause to be given an account of his work to the State Council in each ordinary session, present or cause to be presented to the Council a report upon all matters relating to the State, and recommend for the consideration of the Council such measures as he thinks fit for promoting the general welfare.
164. (1) The Head of the State shall prepare or cause to be prepared the estimates of the receipts and of the expenditure of the State for each financial year and shall present them or cause them to be presented to the State Council for consideration.
(2) Subject to any conditions that may be imposed by the Union in respect of any contributions from the Union, the State Council shall have power to approve the budget of the State; and in order to enable the President to satisfy himself that the conditions have been duly observed, such budget shall be incorporated in the Union budget.
165. Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, all matters relating to the Constitution of the State including those relating to the powers and duties of the Head of the State, of the State Council and of the Cabinet of State Ministers, and their relations to each other and to the Union Government shall be determined by law. PART II. THE KACHIN STATE
The Kachin State Council
166. (1) All the members of the Parliament representing the Kachin State shall constitute the Kachin State Council.
(2) Of the twelve seats in the Chamber of Nationalities six shall be filled by representatives of the Kachins and the other six by those of the non-Kachins of the Kachin State.
(3) Any member of the State Council who shall have ceased to be a member of the Parliament shall be deemed to have vacated his seat in the Council, but may continue to carry on his duties until his successor shall have been elected.
167. (1) A Bill prejudicially affecting any right or privilege which the Kachins or the non-Kachins, as a class or community, enjoyed immediately before the commencement of this Constitution, shall not be deemed to have been passed by the Council unless the majority of the members representing the Kachins or the nonKachins, as the case may be, present and voting, have voted in its favour.
(2) If any question arises in the State Council whether a Bill is of the character described in the last preceding sub-section, the presiding officer shall take the vote of the members representing the Kachins and those representing the non-Kachins in the Council separately on such question and if a majority of either class of members vote in the affirmative, the Bill shall be deemed to be of the character mentioned.
168. The State Council may recommend to the Parliament the passing of any law relating to any matter in respect of which the Council is not competent to legislate.
169. When a Bill has been passed by the State Council it shall be presented to the President for his signature and promulgation. The President shall sign the Bill within one month from the presentation of the Bill, unless he refers the Bill to the Supreme Court for its decision under the next succeeding section.
170. (1) The President may, in his discretion, refer any Bill presented to him under the last preceding section to the Supreme Court for decision on the question whether such Bill or any specified provision thereof is repugnant to this Constitution.
(2) The Supreme Court, consisting of not less than three judges, shall consider the question referred to it and, after such hearing as it thinks fit, shall pronounce its decision on such question in open Court as soon as may be, and in any case not later than thirty days after the date of such hearing subject to the provisions of this Constitution, all matters relating the powers and duties of the Minister and of the Council and their relations to each other and to the Union Government shall be determined by law.
199. The Parliament may be an Act admit to the Union a new State upon such terms and conditions including the extent of representation of the State in the Parliament as may be specified in the Act.
200. The Parliament may by an Act, with the consent of the Council of every State whose boundaries are affected thereby:
(a) establish a new unit;
(b) increase the area of any unit;
(c) diminish the area of any unit;
(d) alter the boundaries of any unit;
and may, with the like consent, make such supplemental, incidental and conse
quential provisions as the Parliament may deem necessary or proper.
DRUG SEIZURES, HEROIN LABORATORIES DETECTED AND PROSECUTIONS AND CONVICTIONS OF DRUG OFFENSES, 1964-1973
Note: (a) Sec. 4-trafficking in a dangerous drug. (b) Sec. 7-possession of a dangerous drug for the purpose of trafficking. (c) Sec. 6-manufacturing a dangerous drug (hernin). (d) Dangerous drugs ordinance Cap. 134, enacted January 1969.
ROYAL THAI GOVERNMENT FISCAL YEAR 1974 EXPENDITURES FOR NARCOTICS PROGRAMS
The only narcotics line items in the fiscal year 1974 RTG budget are: (a) 4.5 million baht for the Central Narcotics Board, and (b) 7.2 million baht for the Ministry of Public Health (Tanyarak Hospital).
Below are Mission estimates of the annual amount RTG agencies spend on narcotics programs. These figures were provided to Congress in April 1974. They are very rough estimates.
In units of 1,000,000 baht 4. 5 89.75