Pattaya Daily News

08 July 2014 :: 14:07:40 pm 89714

Military & Ambassadors Inspect Alien Labour Registration Centre in Pattaya

The Military general and ambassadors have inspected the alien labour registration centre in Pattaya. Upon on inspection they were happy and satisfied with the opening day’s performance.
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PATTAYA-July 7, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News];- at 16.00 pm. Gen.Sirichai Ditkul- Command and General Staff and Chief of Subcommittee for managing alien labours- was accompanied with Mr.Khomsan Aekachai-Chonburi governor-, Mr.Sakchai Tangho-Chief district of Bang Lamung- and Mr.Ittipol Khumpleum-mayor of Pattaya- and inspected the alien labour registration centre at the Eastern National Sports Training Center,Pattaya.

 

The Ministry of Interior had opened the labour registration centres in 7 provinces which consisted of Samut Prakarn, Cha Choengsao, Chonburi, Rayong, Ayudthaya, Surat Thani and Songkla in order to give temporary work permits for Cambodian, Burmese and Laos. Chonburi was one of these provinces and there were registration centres in 7 districts such as Bang Lamung, Sri Racha, Sattahip, Bo Thong, Nong Yai, Ko Jan and Ko Srichung. It’s expected that there will be around 10,000 labourers who would go to register. Therefore chief of the Subcommittee for managing alien labourers had inspected each registration station. In addition there are 3 colours for each countries work permit brown for Cambodia, green for Burmese and blue for Laos.

 

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Mr.Khomsan Aekachai revealed that the first day of registration had gone well; the places, personnel and equipment were ready. Chonburi had registration centres in Bang Sai district, Muang, Panas Nikhom and Pattaya. In addition the ambassadors where very satisfied that the procedure and it was running smoothly with no problems.

 

The first day 34 employers who had taken their labourers to register. Most of the labourers were housemaids which consisted of 38 Burmese (25 males, 13 females), 3 Laos (1 male, 2 females) and 595 Cambodian (322 males, 257 females and 16 companions).

 

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Mrs.Anan Pongsa 46 year old Khun Anan Supply Lp. Owner said that her company supplies labourers to the employers and enterprises. Previously she had around a thousand labourers in her company but now there are only 300 after NCPO had ordered a clamp down which scared off her labourers back to their home country. Therefore she decided to take her men to register. She admitted that it’s very risky because these labourers can leave any time they want. Plus she doesn’t collect the registration fee from her employee, she just want these men work legally. She thought that it’s a good idea to control and manage these labours legally.

 

In addition the labour registration centre at the Eastern National Sports Training Center,Pattaya Sports Stadium is available now from 7 July-6 August.

Reporter : Warunya Thongrod   Photo : Warunya Thongrod   Category : Community News

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