Srijulasap Building, June 8-"Pitha" joins hands with anti-corruption organizations to prepare to use AI to catch corruption in government projects.
Mr. Pita Limjaroenrat Party leader and candidate for the Prime Minister of the Progressive Party along with party leaders such as Mr. Pakornwut Pipatsakul, Mr. Rangsiman Rome, Mr. Parit Watcharasin as MPs traveled to meet with Mr. Wichien Phongsathorn, President of the Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand or ACT
Mr. Phitha said that in the past, inspections or discussions were not trustworthy. The Kaow Lai Party has always asked for information from the ACT, such as the Orange Line electric train project. Kinnaree light pole project which during the past four years of acting MPs have seen corruption in different ways. And today, I would like to hear suggestions. along with presenting the far-reaching party's policy to lead to further solutions to corruption problems
For the policies of the Progressive Party presented today It is an urgent policy that will be implemented within 100 days, especially in government administration that will use modern technology (AI) to drive. Including the procurement project that will be in the system so it can be inspected With these technologies, it will make work more proactive. At the same time, he would like to hear suggestions from the ACT on how the new government can help.
As for the 8-party corruption transition working group, Mr. Pita said that the meeting had not yet started officially because the person in charge, both Mr. Wiroj Lakkhana Adisorn and Mr. Rangsiman Rome, were MPs for the Kao Klai party list. Still stuck on another mission At the same time, prepare to talk to Police General Sereepisut Temeeyawet, leader of the Seri Ruam Thai Party and the Pheu Thai Party as well to formulate a policy to solve the problem of corruption after the establishment of the government
Mr. Pita confirmed that the Kao Klai Party will coordinate discussions with the ACT again, and the next meeting will bring the corruption transition working group to join the discussion.-Thai News Agency
Source: Thai News Agency