By Wasamon Audjarint
The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) yesterday acknowledged that the report from its economics committee suggested improvements on local organisations' spending.
The report concerning provincial administrative organisations (PAO)’s budget spending and management had been subject for a study conducted by the NLA’s committee on economics, monetary affairs and finance before being put forward to the NLA for acknowledgement yesterday.
The 130-page report suggested solutions to existing problems of the PAOs, which included non-parallel working timelines between budget proposals development and introductions o local development plans, delayed budget distributions, redundancy of PAOs, inappropriate construction plans and inefficiency in budget collection.
The NLA also endorsed a closed-door meeting report suggesting the nomination of the Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission members. The NLA whip finished reviewing it before tabling at the NLA meeting yesterday.