NLA to consider draft 20-year national strategy Friday

PUBLISHED ON WED, JUN 13, 2018 8:20 PM

NLA to consider draft 20-year national strategy Friday

 

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The draft 20-year national strategy will be tabled for deliberation in the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) on Friday, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Kreangam said on Wednesday.

 

Mr Wissanu said details of the draft will be explained to the NLA by chairmen of the six sub-committees responsible for the drafting of the six strategies relating to national security, national competitiveness, human resources development, social equality, the environment and public-sector management.

 

He and Kobsak Pootrakool, a minister attached to the Prime Minister’s Office, will also be present in the meeting to explain the draft to the NLA.

 

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