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     In B.E. 2521 (1978), during the government of General Kriangsak Chomanan,  a group of people who had a malicious intention to Thailand distributed leaflets aiming to cause misunderstanding and misrepresentation of the Thai royal institution. At that time, there was no any institution retaliated against that group openly. The government, therefore, appointed the National Security Strengthening Board to perform confidentially in positive way towards the royal institution.
     Later on, in B.E. 2522 (1979) the government decided the National Security Strengthening Board should work openly to fulfill the missions and then the Board’s name was changed to “The National Identity Strengthening Board” and “The National Identity Board” respectively. The National Identity Board has performed tasks on strengthening national security in 4 institutions namely the nation, the religion, the monarchy and the constitutional monarchy.
     In B.E. 2523 (1980) there was a proclamation of the Royal Decree to set up the National Identity Office as a division under the Secretariat of the Prime Minister to  strengthen the national identity and as the secretariat of the National Identity Board. In B.E. 2539 (1996), the National Identity Office has been raised its position to be bureau. In B.E. 2545 (2002), the bureaucracy was restructured so the National Identity Office has been changed to be bureau under the Office of the Permanent Secretary to the present time.
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