The National Anti-Corruption Commission opened its new Chonburi headquarters in a ceremony presided over by the panel’s president.
Panthep Klanarongran cut the ribbon on the new building Aug. 26. The Chonburi office is one of nine regional branches of the NACC and overseas the eastern region.
The NACC first opened in Chonburi on Praya Sadja Road in Muang District’s Ban Suan Sub-district in 2011. The new 30.9-million-baht facility is located on three rai in the Ratchaphatsadu development in Muang’s Sansuk sub-district.
The National Anti-Corruption Commission opened its new Chonburi headquarters last week.
Panthep said the Chonburi office is the first regional office to have its own permanent building. It will be a base for corruption investigations throughout the region, he said. (CPRD)