The proposal to amend the constitution is unlikely to be endorsed by the people in a nationwide public referendum, Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung said on Tuesday.
Mr Chalerm has previously made known his opposition to holding a public referendum before amending the charter.
He did not attend today's cabinet meeting on this matter. He said he took sick leave.
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