Stop Corruption Campaign

Yingluck Shinawatra launched a new campaign against corruption. The Prime Minister pledged transparency and good governance in her government.

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Cabinet members, permanent secretaries of all ministries, chiefs of all departments, heads of state enterprises, and high-level officials were present during the event in a show of solidarity and commitment.

She promised legal action against anyone involved in corrupt activities.

Complaints and reports of corruption can be filed via a phone hotline at 1206, and online at the government-sponsored website Stopcorruption.go.th.

The prime minister said her aim was to simplify the fight against graft by establishing a system of “one department, one anti-corruption plan”.

She said the project will lift Thailand out of its reputation for corruption, and place it “at an international level” through three steps.

– All government offices will be required to disclose to the public all hire and procurement procedures.

– Personnel must be properly selected and trained to oversee the hire and procurement procedures.

– A government committee will oversee a campaign to establish transparency in implementing all projects are in the public interest.

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