Principle Frameworks of All Reform Committees

All Reform Committees are accelerating the reform frameworks in all areas that are required to be submitted to the President of the National Reform Council, Mr. Thienchay Kiranandana, by 27 February 2015.

Member of the National Reform Council Wanchai Sornsiri quoted Mr. Thienchay as saying that, since the Council has only six to nine months left for completing its work, the Reform Committees must speed up the working out of the frameworks of the principles for all reform areas.


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Foreign Press Tour To Observe Green Energy Management in Chiang Mai, Lamphun, and Lampang
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Foreign press tour of the deep South to observe the southern situation and community participation in peace-building
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Foreign Press Tour to Observe Folk Wisdom and Innovations for Tackling Coastal Erosion in Samut Songkhram and Phetchaburi Provinces
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