News : NCPO Opens Call Center to Receive Public Comments
Bangkok, June 26, 2014 -- The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has opened channels to receive public comments or complaints, especially on the hotline number 1111.
At Government House today, Mr. Sompas Nilpan, public service director for the permanent secretary at the PM's Office announced that the NCPO had opened ways for people to report their issues, concerns, or any hardships, through four alternatives means:
1. Hotline 1111 – Available 24 hours with 100 call receivers
3. Mail, with no postage stamp needed at 1111 Government House, Bangkok, 10302
4. 1111 Service Center at Gate 4, Government House
Mr. Sompas also said that this would allow the public to share their ideas with the NCPO; all complaints will be noted and people can follow up on the progress of action.
Meanwhile, M.L. Panadda Diskul, acting permanent secretary for the PM's Office, and the person responsible for the 1111 Hotline, said that besides being a place to file public complaints or concerns, callers and correspondents can also suggest ways to reform the country, reform government services, suggest ways to harmonize the country, or even ways to solve corruption in the kingdom, all on the same hotline, by dialing 1111.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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