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    20-Year Anti-Corruption Master Plan

    The Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) is implementing its 20-year Anti-Corruption Master Plan (2017-2036), aimed at promoting concerted cooperation with all sectors of society in preventing and suppressing corruption, as well as developing "Zero Tolerance and Clean Thailand.”

    The 20-year National Strategy (2017-2036), the National Anti-Corruption Strategy, Phase Three (2017-2021), and the 12th National Economic and Social Development Plan (2017-2021) have been used as frameworks in implementing the 20-year Anti-Corruption Master Plan.

    The master plan is also designed to create an anti-corruption culture and mechanisms that are effective in fighting corruption and are recognized internationally.

    It consists of four major strategies. The first strategy seeks to cooperate with all sectors in raising awareness of building a culture of honesty, and it encourages them to join anti-corruption efforts. In the second strategy, pro-active operations will be launched to develop anti-corruption systems and mechanisms, so that corruption cases will decline and most state agencies will pass the NACC’s Integrity and Transparency Assessment.

    The third strategy seeks to enhance efficiency in combating corruption. Related laws will be improved to keep pace with the changing situation and for effective enforcement. The fourth strategy aims to increase the management efficiency of the NACC by developing the capacity of its personnel, technology, and anti-corruption communication system.

    In order to achieve these strategies, the NACC has been implementing many projects, such as those aimed to cultivate intolerance to corruption among various groups of Thai people and to improve Thailand’s Corruption Perception Index.

    20-Year Anti-Corruption Master Plan

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    I bet you got that from couldntmakeitup.comn


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    They certainly do exist in their deluded little fantasy, don't they...?

    The deep rhetoric perpetuates itself.

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    Surely a good candidate for "Ripley's Believe it or Not".

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    It consists of four major strategies.
    1 - Stop all reports of corruption reaching the people
    2 - Threaten people complaining of corruption with being set up in a drugs bust unless they pay loads of wonga
    3 - Put all people on "non active" posts back into active posts.
    4 - have another coup.

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    So far Junta's effort against corruption haven't been impressive.... especially with cases involving the Army and Junta itself (watchesgate, submarines gate, nepotism cases etc...)...good luck anyway although the 4 strategies statement sound like babbling with no consistency (could be poor journalism but I doubt it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    1 - Stop all reports of corruption reaching the people
    2 - Threaten people complaining of corruption with being set up in a drugs bust unless they pay loads of wonga
    3 - Put all people on "non active" posts back into active posts.
    4 - have another coup.
    5 - Continued steadfast protection and maintenance of the Thai Ammat.


    ....same as it ever was.

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    hmm... sounds like a plan - gotta give 'em some credit for managing their expectations, they realize it'll take a couple of decades...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farang Ky Ay View Post
    So far Junta's effort against corruption haven't been impressive....
    What are you comparing the Junta's efforts to? ...certainly not any of the previous Thai governments to have existed over the last 30 years.

    I don't think I've ever seen a Thai government tackle corruption with such ambition and fervour.

    The cops no longer have a freehand to extort as they are overseen by the military.

    High level corrupt officials from both the police and military have gone to prison for corruption. Even some members of the Royal Family have come under pressure....

    High profile, corrupt, politicians from powerful "hiso" families forced into exile.

    Several large companies have been fined, with major assets seized and frozen.

    All unheard of before "The Junta" came along...

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    so what is the percentage needed to be paid to get a contract for the anti corruption master plan project ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    so what is the percentage needed to be paid to get a contract for the anti corruption master plan project ?
    30% same as always.

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    The problem is, the worst corruption doesn't involve exchange of money at the higher levels but a nod and a wink exchange of favours, even if the favours are mentally noted and filed away for future implementation and therefore can't be traced in any evidential way. Not deliberate hiding, just the culture.
    There is also the somewhat related old boys club where it may not be mutual back scratching but you scatch my back, he'll scratch yours, and I'll scratch his back.

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    ^^^^ Hasn't been impressive ...as for a "government" that forcibly took power to put an end to corruption...still exists, even at street level, and some high cases involving them haven't yielded significant results

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    What are you comparing the Junta's efforts to? ...certainly not any of the previous Thai governments to have existed over the last 30 years.

    I don't think I've ever seen a Thai government tackle corruption with such ambition and fervour.

    The cops no longer have a freehand to extort as they are overseen by the military.

    High level corrupt officials from both the police and military have gone to prison for corruption. Even some members of the Royal Family have come under pressure....

    High profile, corrupt, politicians from powerful "hiso" families forced into exile.

    Several large companies have been fined, with major assets seized and frozen.

    All unheard of before "The Junta" came along...
    you forgot to mention the PINK BUFFALO syndrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    The cops no longer have a freehand to extort as they are overseen by the military.
    Yeah, it's the miitary doing the extorting.
    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    High level corrupt officials from both the police and military have gone to prison for corruption. Even some members of the Royal Family have come under pressure....
    Only those that don't toe the party line.
    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    High profile, corrupt, politicians from powerful "hiso" families forced into exile.
    Because they are a threat to the junta's party.
    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    All unheard of before "The Junta" came along...
    Different day, same shit. Different party, same shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    The problem is, the worst corruption doesn't involve exchange of money at the higher levels but a nod and a wink exchange of favours, even if the favours are mentally noted and filed away for future implementation and therefore can't be traced in any evidential way. Not deliberate hiding, just the culture.
    There is also the somewhat related old boys club where it may not be mutual back scratching but you scatch my back, he'll scratch yours, and I'll scratch his back.
    I like the back scratching analogy, makes sense and serves well to confuse any issue.

    These righteous drives against corruption are directed at lower levels; doesn't make sense for gods to beat themselves up. The illusion of an occasional bigger fish netted is convenient for public consumption, though anyone been here a while would know they had either upset those above or were chosen as worthy sacrifices for the greater good.
    Even sheep get a clue at the gates to the slaughterhouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    What are you comparing the Junta's efforts to? ...certainly not any of the previous Thai governments to have existed over the last 30 years.

    I don't think I've ever seen a Thai government tackle corruption with such ambition and fervour.

    The cops no longer have a freehand to extort as they are overseen by the military.

    High level corrupt officials from both the police and military have gone to prison for corruption. Even some members of the Royal Family have come under pressure....

    High profile, corrupt, politicians from powerful "hiso" families forced into exile.

    Several large companies have been fined, with major assets seized and frozen.

    All unheard of before "The Junta" came along...
    So the Junta nicked their business.

    What's your point?

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