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Govt to place before Parliament ministries' performance in six months

Nov 30. 2019
Narumon Pinyosinwat, Government Spokesperson
Narumon Pinyosinwat, Government Spokesperson
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By The Nation

The Cabinet will reveal the performance of each ministry in the past six months, the prime minister said at a meeting of ministry spokespersons on Friday (November 29).

Government Spokesperson Narumon Pinyosinwat said on Saturday (November 30) that the Office of the Spokesperson of the Office of the Prime Minister, which acts as secretary, will gather this information in order to prepare the presentation to Parliament, including informing the public about what each ministry has done and what benefits were delivered to the people.

“After we receive information from each ministry, we will categorise in each aspect such as social, economic and public welfare in order to make a presentation,” she said. “The prime minister and the deputy prime minister may also present the information, which may include infographics and video clips.”

She said the government has been working for four months, and each ministry already has performance results.

“The presentation will highlight 12 policies already announced in Parliament, while we will allow each ministry to add their topics to the presentation,” she said.

She added that the government would have completed six months in the middle of January next year. The presentation date has not been finalised yet.

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