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Govt's plan 'lacks input from public'


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Academics and civic groups yesterday criticised the infrastructure loan bill for lacking public input, and the government for failing to get its priorities straight. 

Sangsit Piriyarangsan, dean of the College of Social Innovation at Rangsit University, said the public must be allowed to monitor how funds are spent on the various projects.

The government could be in the hot seat if it fails to guarantee transparency in selecting bidders for the projects, Mr Sangsit said.

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