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Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

The Labour Ministry’s Social Security Office has called for the protection of Asean workers to help the region realise its potential following the full implementation of the Asean Economic Community next year.

Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

The Interim Constitution of Thailand, promulgated on 22 July 2014, is Thailand’s 19th constitution. It is expected to be in use for one year before the drafting of the next permanent constitution is completed.

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

Children of migrants losing out on education

Children of migrants losing out on education

SOME 250,000 children of foreign migrant workers have no access to education in Thailand, the Ramajitti Institute said.

Children of migrants losing out on education

Co-payment scheme for medical visits?

Co-payment scheme for medical visits?

With state hospitals teetering under high costs, experts discuss new system and vow to protect the poor

Co-payment scheme for medical visits?

NCPO Attaches Great Importance to the Fight against Corruption

NCPO Attaches Great Importance to the Fight against Corruption

Well aware of the dangers of corruption, the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has increased the budget allocation for the National Counter Corruption Commission (NACC).

NCPO Attaches Great Importance to the Fight against Corruption

SRT may drop challenge to 2002 claim for compensation

SRT may drop challenge to 2002 claim for compensation

Fight against ruling allowing payment tovictim of 2001 rape has gone on ‘too long’

SRT may drop challenge to 2002 claim for compensation

NCPO Seeks International Cooperation in Reforming Thailand

NCPO Seeks International Cooperation in Reforming Thailand

Head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) General Prayut Chan-o-cha has urged the international community to join Thai people in reforming Thailand, which would lead to a future of long-lasting relations.

NCPO Seeks International Cooperation in Reforming Thailand

Nakhon Ratchasima tackles underprivileged kids’ issues

Nakhon Ratchasima tackles underprivileged kids’ issues

Local authorities and teachers are struggling to educate children from poor families who have dropped out of regular schooling

Nakhon Ratchasima tackles underprivileged kids’ issues

Strategies to Prepare Thailand for the ASEAN Community

Strategies to Prepare Thailand for the ASEAN Community

A Directorate Center has been set up by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to prepare Thailand for the ASEAN Community 2015. NCPO also formed a committee to take charge of the operations of the center.

Strategies to Prepare Thailand for the ASEAN Community

Probe into park officials in ‘Billy’ case

Probe into park officials in ‘Billy’ case

The Office of Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) board has set up a sub-panel to urgently probe if officials at Phetchaburi’s Kaeng Krachan National Park had been negligent in not handing over Karen activist Pholachi “Billy” Rakchongcharoen to the police, PACC secretary-general Prayong Preeyajit said yesterday.

Probe into park officials in ‘Billy’ case