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Torubarov was wanted in Russia on charges for fraud and blackmail, but he claimed that he was being persecuted by the Russian intelligence service. His extradition from the Czech Republic was dramatic after the then finance minister Miroslav Kalousek
The right of individual applications to Turkey's Constitutional Court since 2012 has meant "hope" for almost 17,000 people including well-known figures, ranging from Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Aziz Yildirim, the chairman of
BBC News readers in Thailand have been giving their reaction. Sakapan Eamegdool, Bangkok Finally the country can be rid of this inept and puppet prime minister...But perhaps it's just a dream, as her brother Thaksin Shinawatra and his cronies will
Court yesterday granted the caretaker premier's request for a 15-day extension on the deadline for presenting her defence in the case involving the unlawful transfer of Thawil Pliensri as national security chief. Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck
The court misinterpreted the Constitution and presented a wrong exit from the political crisis. Referring to Article 245 (1) of the Constitution, the Ombudsman requested the Constitutional Court decide whether or not the election was unconstitutional.
Bhokin Bhalakula, Pheu Thai's legal expert, said the party had yet to discuss what to do if the court nullifies the poll...The statement alleged the Ombudsman had no right to forward a petition on the poll to the Constitutional Court as there was no
Fatih Hilmioglu, former professor of Inonu University, was released by the Constitutional Court on Thursday in Ankara, after facing charges regarding his alleged involvement in the Ergenekon organization. Hilmioglu, who has been diagnosed with stage-
Former Democrat MP Wirat Kalayasiri Wirat lodged the request last week, citing Article 68 of the Constitution in his submission. His petition also called for dissolution of the ruling Pheu Thai Party and the exclusion of its executives from politics
The statement said the court's ruling interfered in the affairs of the parliamentarians, and such became like coup against the ruling mandate of the people. The statement was made in nine points as following: 1) The 312 MPs sponsored the charter
But the court dismissed the request for dissolution of the six coalition parties. The court reasoned that the amendment bill would destroy the check-and-balance system between the lower and upper chambers by having all senators come from elections.