The Prime Minister has acknowledged the Bangkok University poll on the government’s performance, urged all sides to support national development towards sustainability.
Government Spokesman Maj Gen Sansern Kaewkamnerd revealed that Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has acknowledged the results of the university poll, conducted to perceive how the public would grade the government’s performance, which gave the government a 6.19 score in its 2nd year of work, higher than the score of 5.92 on the same poll conducted for the government’s 1 and a half year performance.
He said the PM has taken this result as an encouragement for the work of the government, and thanked all government officials who have been working towards improving the public’s wellbeing, stressing that the government will proceed according to its roadmap, along with its campaign to increase the price of agricultural produces.
The PM has asked all sides to support the development of the country towards stability by helping maintain peace and order, abide by the law, and to discourage all forms of corruption.
Meanwhile, the Economist’s latest ranking on the world’s most desirable cities puts Bangkok as one of the cities with the most remarkable development during the past year, with positive factors on security, public health, culture, environment, education, and infrastructure.