The Criminal Court will hold a meeting of its judges handling the terrorism case against Pheu Thai Party list MP Korkaew Pikulthong on Monday to consider a petition seeking the withdrawal of his bail, chief justice Tawee Prachuaplarp said on Sunday.
The petition was filed by Democrat MP for Phatthalung Nipit Intarasombat on the grounds that Mr Korkaew had given interviews which could be construed as inciting unrest and showed aggression and hostility toward Constitution Court judges prior to Friday's ruling on the legality of the charter amendment bill.
Mr Tawee said Mr Korkaew would be summoned to explain. The judges would then hold a meeting to decide whether he had broken his bail conditions.
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