Spurred by the aggressive activism of the National Council for Peace and Order, twice as many people are lodging complaints with a central public-service centre than before the May 22 coup.
Supranee Chatraratanavong, director of the centre in the Office of the Prime Minister's Permanent Secretary, said 45,000 complaints were filed between May 2 and Aug 8, double the amount received in the two months before the takeover.
Most the complaints were lodged through a telephone hotline, with others taken through the centre's website, its PO Box 1111 mailing address or in person at Government House.
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