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Bangkok governor Chadchart Sittipunt yesterday revealed he is to introduce five new policies in an attempt to wipe out corruption in the capital. The 56 year old City Hall leader announced the scheme at a press conference sitting alongside members of the Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand (ACT). Chadchart acknowledged that Bangkok citizens do not fully trust City Hall in issues of transparency so declared what better way to win the people’s trust than by working with the ACT to route out impropriety. The governor’s first initiative is to speed up the issuing of licences for residents wanting to build small […]

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Seems  like a pretty honest guy. Let's hope he runs for future PM if he stays the course.  This country need someone with higher values and morals to take it forward. 

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Needs to slow down a bit and cement his ways with a little patience and really show he is the true deal.

He can try running for the top spot in the thailands elections after next.


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