More than 300 public officials and private citizens from across Chonburi brainstormed ideas to reform Thailand’s political, legal, bureaucratic and educational systems at a junta-organized workshop on reconciliation.
Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai opened the July 9 confab at the Chon Inter Hotel with the Chonburi City Council and the 14th Military Circle. Khomsan and 14th Circle commander Maj. Gen. Nut Inthacharoen delivered opening speeches to clarify the concept of the reconciliation and unity for the national development.
14th Circle commander Maj. Gen. Nut Inthacharoen (left) and Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai (right) preside over a reconciliation workshop to brainstorm ideas to reform Thailand’s political, legal, bureaucratic and educational systems.
Nearly 300 government officials, public-enterprise executives, political activists, business owners, civil servants and private citizens from Chonburi’s 11 districts split into five discussion groups to brainstorm ideas for reform of ten areas, including the political system, courts, public administration, graft and corruption, education, economy, information and communications, and social inequality.
Military officials said the dialogue was a channel for people from all sectors to express their views on reform and take part in the reconciliation process.