National Council Reform hosted a public forum in Chonburi to take input on national reform measures.
Pracha Taerat, chairman of the NRC’s committee on public participation and public hearings, hosted the Dec. 10 hearing, one of 1,350 being held nationwide on 18 areas of reform.
The reform council, comprised of former politicians, military members, politicians and academics, was selected by the military junta to tackle 11 areas of national reform, including politics, the economy, energy, health, education, the environment and other issues.
Pracha Taerat, chairman of the NRC’s committee on public participation and public hearings, hosts a public forum in Chonburi to take input on national reform measures.
The former Chonburi governor added seven more areas to his hearing. The topics to be covered are: politics, public administration, law and the judiciary, local administration, education and human-resource development, public finance, agriculture, energy, public health, environment, media and information technology, social issues, labor, corruption prevention, religion and culture, sports and tourism, science and innovation, and consumer protection.
The meeting brainstormed ideas to develop guidelines for problem solving, how to recruit and select co-workers, and proposed opinions for the drafting of the new constitution.