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PM Prayut: Government agencies must work transparently

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PM Prayut: Government agencies must work transparently without article 44, but:

     

Article 44 can be a fast cure for critical problems that cannot be solved quickly.

"For those who are innocent, whether Thai or foreigner, there is nothing to be afraid of,"

 

     I've become native now. What should I do with it? 

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

PM Prayut: Government agencies must work transparently

Don't do as I do, do as I say! 

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I assume he means the English definition  of TRANSPARANCY which is almost certain to be unavailable in Thailand . Thai transparency is as opaque as frosted glass, difficult to understand and often impenetrable. 

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The Prime Minister, Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, has urged government agencies to operate with transparency, in a move to raise people's confidence and positive perception of the state sector. 

 

So why not start with the DPM and the watches fiasco...............

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Most of the people that work transparently here, do it with milk colored walls.

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As much transparency as in a heated steam sauna can be possible.

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Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, has urged government agencies to operate with transparency,

Image result for pics of khun prayut in government
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Thailand is my home and I am deeply concerned for its future but i feel this country is reaching a choking point ,,with endless bable from shamless old stuck politicans,corruption,,lawlessness , tourism, pollution, over pricing, education etc etc..it just seems out of control..and every step they make, they sink further into a quagmire of lies and cover ups.. masked with promises, photo opps and pie charts and thais smiling with ''thumbs up''.....memo to Thailand ''Get some help''.,you are broken

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5 hours ago, steven100 said:

Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, has urged government agencies to operate with transparency,

Image result for pics of khun prayut in government

 

But, apparently that transparency does not extend to the office of the PM or the NACC.

 

"Doubts over NACC probe of Prawit’s watch scandal"

http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/politics/30333435

 

Image result for prawit watches

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On 2/9/2018 at 8:13 AM, webfact said:

The Prime Minister ... said the agencies have to respect the law and move together with a proper checks-and-balances mechanism. 

It starts at the top, Mr. P.M. - or close to the top. 

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On 09/02/2018 at 7:13 AM, Ossy said:

. . . transparently . . . is that clear? Just how this guy keeps a straight face is worthy of an Academy award. I wish he'd be 100% transparent on the subject of how much pre-planning went into the Coup. We all know he denied there was any planning . . . how transparently honest was he then, I wonder.

Afternoon Ossy

top post that .. ? .. 

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