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Court rejects G-to-G rice deal petition

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The Constitution Court on Wednesday refused to accept a petition asking it to rule whether the rice sales under government-to-government (G-to-G) agreements require approval from parliament under Section 190 of the charter. 

The court reasoned that no copies of rice sales contracts were attached to the petition for its consideration.

The petition, signed by 67 senators, was submitted to the court on Oct 16 by Paiboon Nitiwan, a senator in the Group of 40.

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