The Power Usageunder Section 44 of National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to Local government in Maha Sarakham Province
This research aims to study (1) the power usage under Section 44 of National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to Local government in Maha Sarakham province, (2) Impacts of public service management from the power usage under section 44 to Local Personnel Administration in Maha Sarakham Province, and (3) Impact on local politics from the power usage under section 44 to Local Personnel Administration in Maha Sarakham Province. Key informants consisted of: beneficiaries, civil servants and local employees, members of the local council, the village headman, village headmen, local administrators, totaling 37 people; they were selected by purposive selection and using an in-depth, participatory observation study. The research results;
According to the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) do the power from section 44 for issuing an order for the administrators of the local government organization in Maha Sarakham Province to stop performing official duties or duties in the local government organization and ordered the local officials to help government officials at Maha Sarakham City Hall for a long time which causing the following effects; 1) the personnel management in local government organizations is centralized, which does not comply with decentralization and constitutional independence principles. 2) The people are not organized in public services as they had been provided by local administrators elected by the people, Inefficient public services such as unclean tap water, not collecting litter according to the period of time causing bad waste, the fire engines and rescuers were unavailable in the event of disasters, lack of infrastructure developing. 3) The political system, the local administration, is a public administration which makes it impossible for the people to use the removal mechanism, which is the destruction of democracy at the local level.
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