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There are many laws and regulations prescribing the authorities and roles of the Office of the Attorney General in reviewing the draft contracts for state agencies. However, the ones that are regularly used in practice are: the Public Prosecution Organization and Public Prosecutors Act, B.E.2553; the Procurement and Supplies Management of the Public Sector Act, B.E.2560; the Public-Private Partnership Act, B.E. 2562; and the Cabinet Resolution dated 1 September B.E.2535, approving the criteria relating to the submission of the draft contracts of government agencies and state enterprises to the Office of the Attorney General for review. This Article will analyze the meaning of the legal terms and describe the scope of the authorities and roles of the Office of the Attorney General in reviewing the draft contracts for state agencies in accordance with such related laws and regulations in order to provide a relevant overview.
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