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Complaint centre to get boost

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  • Writer: Wassana Nanuam & Patsara Jikkham
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The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) wants state officials to step up efforts to handle complaints through the Interior Ministry’s Damrong Tham Centre. 

NCPO chief Prayuth Chan-ocha hopes the centre — hotline 1567 — can be made more efficient and serve as a channel through which people can voice their problems.

This will not be achieved unless officials treat their jobs seriously, said NCPO secretary-general Udomdej Sitabutr after an NCPO meeting yesterday.

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