Thailand

Yingluck lays out first year priorities


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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has laid out the most important policies of the first year of her new government. The prime minister presented her governments priorities in a speech to parliament on Tuesday 23rd August.

The government website lists out the priorities as follows:

  • The creation of people’s unity and the revival of democracy
  •  The national agenda that includes drugs solutions and prevention
  •  The suppression of state corruption
  •  The support of water integration and expansion of irrigation areas
  •  The bringing of peace and security of life and assets to citizens in the southern border provinces
  •  Relationship revival and cooperation development in neighbouring and foreign countries
  •  Solutions to inflation and fuel oil price for citizens and entrepreneurs
  •  The elevation of citizens’ livelihood by increasing domestic consumption, supporting balance and quality strengths for   macroeconomics
  •  The reduction of corporate income tax
  •  The support of accessible source of investment funds for citizens
  •  The increase of agricultural prices and the support of accessible source of investment funds for agriculturalists
  •  The increase of domestic and foreign tourism income
  •  The support of art and craft development and community products in order to produce uniqueness and local production
  •  The development of health insurance
  •  Providing laptops for schools
  •  The acceleration of political reform which includes widespread participation from the public.
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