Summary of Tripartite Coordination Commission Meeting No.37 on Wednesday 16 November 2016

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Summary of Tripartite Coordination Commission Meeting (the Cabinet,the National Legislative Assembly-NLA and the National Reform Steering Assembly-NRSA)
No.37/2559
Wednesday 16 November 2016 at 09.00 a.m.
At Meeting Room 301, on 3rd Floor of the Command Building 1,
At Government House

The Chairperson informed the meeting.
– The Chairperson informed the meeting that the cabinet is preparing for commemorative events entitled, “Loyalty Unity” that express their loyalty and commemorative in honour to His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, which are scheduled to take place on Tuesday 22, Novemeber 2016 at 08.00 a.m., at Government House in Bangkok and designated locations across the nation. The Prime Minister will lead the event’s pledge of allegiance and singing of the Royal Anthem. This will be broadcast live on NBT (the National Broadcasting Services of Thailand).
– The Chairperson continued to inform that the Deputy Prime Minister (General Prawit Wongsuwan) notified to the Cabinet on 15 November 2016, in the topic of “Reform on Police Affairs ”. This can be summarized that Royal Thai Police,which nominated the Commission of Steering and Coordination on Police Organizational Structure Reform and making an action plan for reform steering 10 aspects. It provides clear activities, periods, responsible persons and budget. These are also specified for the goals of reforms in each period to conform with the 20 – year National Strategy.

The topics for deliberation.

The suggestions for national reform steering regarding section 31 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand (interim) B.E. 2557 (2014).

1. the report of the National Reform Steering on Road Safety System, “Resolving Traffic in the Big Cities”
There were representatives from the National Reform Steering Committee on Road Safety System, Ministry of Transportations, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, and the Royal Thai Police that clarified and answered in related issues, the results of meeting are as follows:
1.) the meeting agreed to submit reform plans together with opinions and recommendations of the Tripartite Coordination Commission , prior to Prime Minister and then send to Ministry of Transportations and Ministry of Interior for further implementation steering.
2.) submit to Deputy Prime Minister (Mr. Somkid Jatusripitak) who takes responsibility for Ministry of Transportations, instead of Prime Minister and he also acts as Vice – Chairperson of Reform Steering Commission on Economy (Commission 2) to acknowledge.
3.) submit to Deputy Prime Minister (General Prawit Wongsuwan) who takes responsibility for Ministry of Interior, and also acts as Vice – Chairperson of Reform Steering Commission on State Security (Commission 5) to acknowledge.
4.) submit to Steering and Accelerating Commission to conform with the Government Policy, and monitor the performances of related state agencies.
5.) submit to Mr. Reform of Ministry of Transportations and Ministry of Interior to follow the progress of suggestions for improving implementations, review of obstructions and reports the results of these to Chairperson for acknowledging every 1 month.

2. the report of the National Reform Steering on State Administration, in the topic of “State Organizational Structure Reform, Management between Central Administration, Provincial Administration, and Local Administration : Review of establishment of Central Units which operated in regions”.

There were representatives from the National Reform Steering Committee on State Administration, Department of Civil Servant Development, Ministry of Interior and Office of the Council of State that clarified and answered in related issues, and then submit to Deputy Prime Minister (Mr. Wissanu Krea-ngam) who takes responsibility for Department of Civil Servant Development and also acts as Vice – Chairperson of Reform Steering Commission on Government Reform (Commission 3) to acknowledge.

3. the report of the National Reform Steering on State Administration, in the topic of “Transfer of Government Missions : Transferring the Certification for Tourism Standards ”.
There were representatives from the National Reform Steering Committee on State Administration, Department of Civil Servant Development, Ministry of Tourism and Sports that clarified and answered in related issues, and then submit to Deputy Prime Minister (General Thanasak Patimaprakorn) who takes responsibility for administration of tourism and sports and acts as Vice – Chairperson of Reform Steering Commission on Tourism (Commission 6) and also send to Deputy Prime Minister (Mr. Wissanu Krea-ngam) to acknowledge.

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