Agencies Report Directly to the President of the National Assembly
The Senate (Thai: วุฒิสภา; rtgs: Wutthisapha; formerly known as Phruetthasapha or "พฤฒสภา") was the upper house of the National Assembly of Thailand, (Thailand's legislative branch). In accordance with the 2007 Constitution of Thailand, the Senate was a non-partisan legislative chamber, composed of 150 members. Seventy-six Senators were directly elected from the 76 Provinces of Thailand and Bangkok, while the other 74 were appointed from various sectors by the Senate Selection Committee. The Senate operated under fixed terms of six years. Both the Senate and the House of Representatives were abolished as a result of the 2014 Thai coup d'état. These were replaced with the unicameral National Legislative Assembly, a body of 250 members, selected by the National Council for Peace and Order. (Source: Wikipedia)
Agencies at Departmental Level & Report Directly to the Prime Minister
in Chiang Mai.
On 196 Thanon Paholyotin, Chatuchak, Bangkok.
In Salaya, Phutthamonthon, Nakhon Pathom.
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