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Political Parties Act, Election Act, Public Referendum Act still in force

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The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) on Monday issued an announcement confirming that the Election Act, the Political Parties Act and the Public Referendum Act, organic laws under the 2007 constitution, remain in effect until further notice. 

After the May 22 coup, the NCPO issued Announcement No 11 abolishing the 2007 constitution, except Chapter 2 regarding the royal institution.

The announcement also kept in existence all courts, to handle legal cases under all existing laws and NCPO announcements, as well as independent agencies and other organisations established under the 2007 constitution.

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