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Pmove blames Pheu Thai, red tape for slow progress

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A change in government and bureaucratic red tape is stalling progress in resolving problems besetting poor people, a seminar was told yesterday. 

People's Movement for a Just Society (Pmove) adviser Prayong Doklamyai said his network wants to put forward four urgent demands to the cabinet to speed up efforts to solve them.

The demands include studying the environmental impact of the Pak Moon dam, setting up a land bank to help the landless, providing protection for communities pending the issuing of community rights land deeds and following up on the low-cost Ban Man Kong housing project.

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