Thailand to launch 6-day campaign for national reform

20:04, June 28, 2010      

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The Thai government announced Monday a plan to launch a six-day campaign, "Six days, 63 Million Opinions", to assess the public feeling nationwide on national reform, the Bangkok Post's website reported.

Prime Minister's Office Minister Sathit Wongnongtoey and PM's advisor Apirak Kosayodhin said the campaign will run from July 1 to 6.

Public Opinions can be sent to three channels as followings: 1. Hotline No 02-304-9999 free of charge, 2. P.O. Box 999, Government House, 3. e-mail:

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva will himself take telephone calls on the first day, Thursday, between 08:00 am and 08:00 p.m., local time, Apirak said.

A large number of volunteers will also be on hand to take the calls.

The opinions will be collated to prepare a "blue print for Thailand reform", which will be presented to the Thai people on New Year Day, Jan. 1, 2011.



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