National Assembly of Thailand - Officers

Officers

The President of the National Assembly of Thailand is an ex-officio position occupied by the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Thailand, who upon election as Speaker of the House, will automatically assume office as President of the National Assembly. The Vice President of the National Assembly of Thailand is also an ex-officio position occupied by the President of the Senate of Thailand. The current officers are:

Title Name Appointment
President of the National Assembly and
Speaker of the House of Representatives
Somsak Kiatsuranont 1 August 2011
Vice President of the National Assembly
and President of the Senate
Nikom Wairatpanij 23 August 2012

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