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Part 1: Constitutional Court and constitutional amendment Last week Thai politics again reached a point where a Parliament vs. Constitutional Court face-off looked imminent. Fortunately sense preva…

Ajarn Donald‘s insight:

Since the Pheu Thai Party came to power after a decisive election in July 2011, it has been trying to amend the Constitution— a key part of its election campaign. Its first attempt was thwarted in June 2012, when the Constitutional Court ordered Parliament to suspend the third vetting of the draft constitutional amendment.

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