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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.
The court is scheduled to make a ruling on the matter today. "Be careful. You may be violating the royal prerogative and the lese majeste law. You have no power to rule on the matter, as the prime minister has already submitted the matter to HM the
00 am The Constitutional Court will begin hearing the case against charter amendment on November 8 from 10am, the court said in a press release yesterday. Democrat MPs Wiratana Kalayasiri and Pirapan Salirathavibhaga, along with senators led by Sai
The court said the petitions did not merit judicial review because Article 154 was about the Acts only and had no bearing on amending the charter. The ruling means the charter court will only review cases based on Article 68. The opposition contends
The verdict means the government can immediately seek the royal endorsement for the bill. As it is passed into law, the government can reimburse spending which has been delayed from October 1. On September 5, a petition signed by 115 MPs and senators