Thailand’s head of disaster alert center quits, citing lack of government support

Thailand's head of disaster alert center quits, citing lack of government support - Bangkok Post, March 13, 2008
...Smith Thammasaroj, chairman of the National Disaster Warning Center, said he stepped down because the government failed to make his ad-hoc agency more effective by granting it legal status as an independent body.
"We have no power to hire people, to give our employees any security, buy necessary equipment or make any decision at all," he said. "Disaster prevention work requires flexibility and efficiency..."
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