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Prime Minister Launches New TV Show for Public Engagement

The Prime Minister’s Office has unveiled plans for a new television program named “Chat with Srettha,” scheduled to debut on June 22 on NBT Channel. This initiative, featuring Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, aims to foster direct communication between the government and the public.

Minister Jiraporn Sindhuprai of the Prime Minister’s Office highlighted that “Chat with Srettha” will offer informal discussions with the prime minister, focusing on governmental visions, approaches to work, and policy directions. The show will utilize rotating hosts who will gather and present public inquiries to the prime minister, enabling him to address public concerns, clarify governmental actions, and outline forthcoming initiatives in a clear and direct manner.

The program is designed to present a more relaxed and accessible side of the prime minister. The debut episode will feature him in casual attire, engaging in conversations set in a friendly atmosphere. Each episode will be filmed at various locations relevant to the discussed topics, providing a deeper context for understanding governmental policies and issues.

Airing every third Saturday from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. starting in late June, “Chat with Srettha” aims to bolster government transparency and enhance public engagement through regular televised dialogues. This initiative reflects a commitment to facilitating open communication channels between the government and the populace, underscoring efforts to promote greater understanding and accessibility in governance.

The launch event, which included Minister Jiraporn Sindhuprai and other officials, underscored the government’s dedication to fostering a more informed and engaged citizenry through accessible media platforms.

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