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3-month timeline for water plan 'tight'

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The junta's three-month timeframe to work out a nationwide water management plan is very tight, water management experts say. 

Youngsters play in the dry bed of the Yom River in Phichit province last April. (Photo by Sitthipoj Kebui)

Pramote Maiklad, former director-general of the Royal Irrigation Department, said the timeframe was tight but that officials in five sub-committees under the water management committee of the National Council for Peace and Order would have to finish the plan on time.

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