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The censure motion debate against the government scheduled for Nov 25-26 will not be affected although a question has been raised over opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva's qualifications as an MP, government chief whip Udomdet Rattanasathien said on Tuesday. 

Mr Udomdet, a Pheu Thai MP for Nonthaburi, said that his discussions with other opposition whips confirmed the censure debate would go ahead as planned, with the voting on Nov 27.

He expected a general debate in the Senate on the government's performance would be on Nov 27-28, after the censure debate.

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