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Involvement of non-state actors in the development of water law in Thailand: A role that is ignored?

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The objectives of this paper are to investigate first, the establishment and roles of non-state actors (NSAs) under Thai laws; and second, whether, and if so, to what extent, they are recognised. The New Draft Water Code and other related legislation will be examined in order to assess whether NSAs are allowed to participate in water issues. Are they in fact ignored? If so, this paper aims to illustrate the way in which, and to what extent, they could have contributed to the development of water law.


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