The Senate has agreed to a general debate to grill the government, without a vote, on two split days, Nov 23 and Nov 28, senate deputy chief whip Kamnoon Sitthisamarn said on Wednesday.
On Nov 23, this Friday, the debate would be from 1pm - 8pm.
On Nov 28, the debate would start after the House of Representatives votes on the censure debate against the government and continue until midnight.
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