In order to drive forward Thailand’s national policy as “Thailand 4.0”, SSL project is implemented as a part of urgently Law-Reforming Plan. This project will take actions by reviewing any legal acts, licenses, procedures or regulations which are no longer necessary, out-of-date and constraint on living and doing business in Thailand. To be highlight, the 20-Year National Strategy and National Reforming Plan are key principles for those revisions.
Regarding to The Office of Law Reform Commission of Thailand (OLRCT) by Dr.Kobsak Pootrakool as the President of Sub-Committee and Dr.Borwornsak Uwanno as the President of the Committee, legal reviews will jointly be mobilized, approved and further proposed to Dr. Wisanu Krue-Ngam, Deputy Prime Minister including relevant Government agencies to continue progressing National Legislation and National Legal Practices.
SSL project aims for reviewing licenses or procedures which are no longer necessary, out-of-date and constraint on living and doing business in Thailand.
Benefits: Cost-reduction, Time-saving and Transparency
coordinating with Government agencies will be faster, more convenient, and cost-saving.
upgrading business working functions by reducing processing steps and documents. These improvements can save cost and make time more productive.
reducing working processes and saving time. In addition, the database is prepared for further effective overview analysis on repealing the legal acts, licenses, and procedures.
Calculating Costs from obligations.
Preparing recommendation papers with 5cs Framework which are Cut Continue Combine Change and Create
After the reviews of licenses or procedures according to the Conceptual Framework and cost calculations from all the difficulties in obligations, Government agencies can utilize such information for revising the legal processes towards the objectives, goals, necessity, and suitability. These lead to the initiative developments, consistency of chosen methods to problems or situations, and foster public interests. To achieve all aspects, recommendation papers for reviewing the licenses or procedures are based on the 5Cs Framework as follows: