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Gen Prem Says it’s Everyone Duty to Make Thai Youth Good Citizens

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BANGKOK – Privy Council President General Prem Tinsulanonda has urged Northeastern Provincial Governors to do their best to make Thai youths to become good citizens when they grow up, to convince bad people to change a new leaf and to cleanse the Thai society of bad people.

He said that the duty to turn Thai youngsters today to be good citizens is not confined to just teachers but everyone in the society.  He added that the country would prosper with stability and recognized by the international community if Thai youths today become good responsible people in the future.

The above statement was made by General Prem at a scholarships and rewards presentation ceremony held on Saturday in Nakhon Ratchasima.  Also presented at the ceremony were Lt-Gen Charnchai Phuthong, commander of the Second Region Army, governors from 19 northeastern provinces, businessmen and other officials.

Altogether 1,857 scholarships worth 5.2 million baht were presented to students from poor families but with good grades and behavior from Prem Tinsulanonda Foundation.  Also 96 rewards were presented to winners of project presentation contests.

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