Chonburi gov’t, businesses sign anti-corruption pledge

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Chonburi government and business leaders signed a pledge to jointly battle corruption.

Gov. Khomsan Ekachai inked the pact Sept. 30 with the Chonburi Chamber of Commerce, Chonburi Federation of Industry, and Burapa University at Chonburi City Hall.

The agreement was drafted in accordance with the Ministry of Interior to fight corruption.

Deputy Gov. Chamnanwit Taerat, director of the Operation Center to Fight Corruption, stated that Chonburi has already taken measures to prevent and fight corruption in accordance to the government policy under the National Council for Peace and Order.

Gov. Khomsan Ekachai shakes hands over a non-corruption pact with members of the Chonburi Chamber of Commerce, Chonburi Federation of Industry, and Burapa University at Chonburi City Hall.Gov. Khomsan Ekachai shakes hands over a non-corruption pact with members of the Chonburi Chamber of Commerce, Chonburi Federation of Industry, and Burapa University at Chonburi City Hall.

The project focuses on three areas: enhancing governance services based on honesty; following up with projects that requested high budgets and investigation of all authorities/government agencies involved to prevent corruption; and encouraging all government agencies to provide honest service.

The objective of the agreement is to improve the coordination between all organizations involved and tackle all corruption issues together, inside and outside the government. (CRPD)