King's message: Support good people to govern

King's message: Support good people to govern

His Majesty the King had the Lord Chamberlain deliver a part of King Bhumibol Adulyadej's message 30 years ago urging the promotion of good people to govern so they can prevent bad people from creating trouble.

The Royal Household Bureau announced on Saturday night that His Majesty the King assigned the Lord Chamberlain to convey King Bhumibol Adulyadej's message on the opening of the 6th National Jamboree at the Vajiravudh International Scout Camp in Si Racha district of Chon Buri province on Dec 11, 1989.

The excerpt reads in terms of public administration, there are both good and bad people in the country. "No one could make everyone good. Maintaining national peace and order is therefore not about making everyone good; it's about supporting good people so they can govern and prevent bad people from grabbing power and creating trouble and unrest."

According to the announcement on Friday, His Majesty the King hopes all citizens and government officials, including civil servants, the military and the police who are duty-bound to ensure national security and people's happiness, to consider the royal message.

His Majesty the King is concerned about national security and the feelings and happiness of citizens. The reference to the royal message is aimed at giving moral support and encouraging the performance of duties for the sake of unity, national security and people's happiness. It is also a reminder of the great contributions of King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Her Majesty the Queen of King Rama IX, the announcement read.


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