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Interior Minister outlines fundamental economy policy

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NONTHABURI,17th August 2019 (NNT) - Interior Minister Gen Anupong Paojinda, has delivered a speech on the fundamental economy and called on the people to have confidence in themselves, embrace change, stand tall and apply the Sufficiency Economy.

 

In a workshop on the direction and coordination of economic plans at district and tambon levels, attended by provincial and district development officials nationwide, Gen Anupong gave a speech entitled the Ministry of the Interior and the Fundamental Economy, confirming that the top-tier economy has improved somewhat but the fundamental economy has not improved very much. That is a challenge to the Ministry of the Interior which is close to the people, listens to their problems and calls on them to stand up, be strong and prosper.

 

He admitted that it might be difficult but if everyone joined hands in the effort, it would definitely be achieved. Provincial governors were advised to use personnel in an integrated fashion and put the potential of each agency to work. Agricultural control systems will be made compatible with economic plans, as the national economy largely depends on the agricultural sector to which almost 30% of the population belongs. With that in mind, the Sufficiency Economy is highly recommended to achieve the best outcomes in all fields.

 

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1 hour ago, rooster59 said:

called on the people to have confidence in themselves, embrace change, stand tall and apply the Sufficiency Economy.

Thats it!!!   congratulations its  all down  to you and  will be  your  fault (Thai  people) not theirs (govt) when you have nothing......sufficiency economy more nonsense  talk just cant help but  get that royalty  line in there.

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1 hour ago, bluesofa said:

Is there an English common sense translation available of the above?

involves  plumbing terms, I think the words  ballcock in the  plural  though.

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Seems we are getting a higher percentage of state-sponsored media. 

 

Be nice if there was a higher percentage of non-state media. 👍

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1 hour ago, bluesofa said:

Is there an English common sense translation available of the above?

No, because, as usual, they uttered a bunch of words that really made little sense (even in Thai). 

 

All style and no substance. 

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5 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Interior Minister Gen Anupong Paojinda, has delivered a speech on the fundamental economy and called on the people to have confidence in themselves, embrace change, stand tall and apply the Sufficiency Economy. (my italics)

Well, except for the last military coup that couldn't trust the Thai people with sovereignty of the nation and resolve political problems, nor for the next five years to trust the Thai People to govern themselves, make laws and create a new Constitution after the military abolished the previous one.

Seems the only time the Thai military wants people to stand tall is when it comes to being a target for .... disobedience.

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It's idiocracy come to life
What a great film that is...many parallels.

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So a military officer, responsible for ratchaprasong massacre in 2010, now becomes a champion of farmers. The ministry of finance cant help poor, instead the minister of interior will keep peace and order. 

 

There wont be rice and other crops this year, because of poor rainy season. Many farmers will bankrupt and food prices will be skyroketing. Interior ministry is ready to face challenges by mass protests and asks for help from the other government agencies 

Edited by londonthai

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Cheerleading the poor does nothing-telling them to suffer with a smile on their face is pathetic-the nationalistic route again 

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