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Phattarasak Wannasaeng Joins NACC: A New Chapter in Thailand’s Anti-Corruption Efforts

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Phattarasak Wannasaeng

In an exciting turn of events, His Majesty the King has bestowed the honor upon Phattarasak Wannasaeng, appointing him as a distinguished member of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC). He steps into the shoes of Natthachak Pattamasigh, who gracefully exited upon reaching the mandatory retirement age. This significant appointment was formally announced on June 4 and published in the illustrious pages of the Royal Gazette on June 8, marking an instant onset of Mr. Phattarasak’s new responsibilities.

The nomination of Mr. Phattarasak as an NACC member did not happen overnight; it was with the resounding endorsement of the caretaker Senate that he ascended to this pivotal role. Known for his unwavering integrity and dedication, Mr. Phattarasak is poised to bring a fresh wave of commitment to the fight against corruption.

Amidst the buzz surrounding Mr. Phattarasak’s appointment, the Office of the NACC has also thrown open its doors, inviting seasoned and dynamic candidates to vie for the coveted post of secretary-general. This is an opportunity of a lifetime for aspiring leaders in the field to step up and make a significant impact. Eager applicants have until July 8 to put forth their credentials and join the ranks of those who shape the nation’s anti-corruption landscape.

Stay tuned, as the National Anti-Corruption Commission continues its relentless pursuit of integrity, efficiency, and transparency, setting new benchmarks under the adept guidance of Mr. Phattarasak Wannasaeng.


  1. Linda W. June 8, 2024

    Phattarasak’s appointment is a breath of fresh air for the NACC. We really need strong leaders in this fight against corruption!

    • Tom_D June 8, 2024

      I agree, but what exactly makes Phattarasak different from his predecessors? A lot of people have come and gone without making significant changes.

      • Linda W. June 8, 2024

        Tom, his track record is pretty solid. He’s known for his integrity and commitment. Let’s give him a chance.

      • Sophia T. June 8, 2024

        Unfortunately, integrity alone isn’t enough. The whole system needs reform.

  2. Rachel June 8, 2024

    Thailand’s anti-corruption efforts have been in shambles for years. A new face doesn’t automatically mean change.

    • Mike H. June 8, 2024

      That’s a bit harsh, Rachel. Every new leader brings a new vision. Maybe Phattarasak will surprise us.

  3. Jasmin June 8, 2024

    I think inviting applications for the secretary-general position is a great idea. Fresh blood with dynamic thinking can definitely help.

    • Jacob L. June 8, 2024

      Jasmin, true, but often the bureaucracy stifles any dynamic thinking. Let’s hope this time it’s different.

  4. Grower134 June 8, 2024

    Corruption is deeply rooted. It’ll take more than one man to change it.

    • Linda W. June 8, 2024

      Thankfully, Phattarasak won’t be alone. With the right team, significant strides can be made.

  5. Shane M. June 8, 2024

    Why is there even hope for the anti-corruption efforts? The system is too corrupt to change.

    • Tom_D June 8, 2024

      Shane, that’s a very cynical view. With consistent efforts, change is possible. It starts somewhere.

    • Rachel June 8, 2024

      Tom, isn’t cynicism rooted in reality here? Look at the past decades.

    • Shane M. June 8, 2024

      Exactly, Rachel. History speaks for itself. New appointments are just a façade.

  6. Sue B. June 8, 2024

    This is a turning point. We should be optimistic. Every change starts with a small step.

    • Jacob L. June 8, 2024

      Optimism is fine, Sue, but we also need to be prepared for the political machinations that can dilute even the best intentions.

  7. Carlos June 8, 2024

    I’m more interested in who will become the new secretary-general. That role is equally important.

    • Sophia T. June 8, 2024

      True, Carlos. The secretary-general’s role involves a lot of the groundwork which can set the tone for the entire commission.

  8. LarryD June 8, 2024

    His Majesty’s decision to appoint Phattarasak shows trust in his capabilities. That’s reassuring.

    • Mike H. June 8, 2024

      Indeed, Larry. The King’s endorsement adds a layer of credibility.

  9. Karen June 8, 2024

    I hope Phattarasak takes immediate action once he’s acclimated. Time is of the essence!

  10. Grower134 June 8, 2024

    Immediate actions? These things take time, Karen. We can’t rush systemic change.

  11. Robert Lee June 8, 2024

    It’s crucial that transparency is maintained. The public needs to see the efforts being made.

    • Sue B. June 8, 2024

      Absolutely, Robert. Transparency builds trust, which is essential in any anti-corruption effort.

  12. Leo90 June 8, 2024

    Just another puppet controlled by higher-ups. Don’t expect too much.

    • Linda W. June 8, 2024

      Leo, give him a chance to prove himself before writing him off.

    • Carlos June 8, 2024

      Linda, skepticism is warranted given the history. It’s okay to be cautious.

  13. Harper June 8, 2024

    If the NACC can leverage technology better, they can uncover corruption more effectively.

  14. Joe June 8, 2024

    Many leaders come in with big promises but leave with little results. Let’s hope Phattarasak breaks that cycle.

  15. Nancy Sullivan June 8, 2024

    The public should support the NACC to drive real change.

  16. Tom_D June 8, 2024

    Will Phattarasak face the same bureaucratic hurdles as his predecessors?

    • Jacob L. June 8, 2024

      Probably, Tom. Bureaucracy is a significant barrier to reform.

  17. Sophia T. June 8, 2024

    What’s Phattarasak’s background anyway? How experienced is he in fighting corruption?

    • Linda W. June 8, 2024

      He has a solid background in law and a reputation for being honest and dedicated.

    • Sophia T. June 8, 2024

      That’s good to hear. Experience and integrity are crucial for this role.

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