A group of senators will ask the Constitution Court to derail the new public-private partnership (PPP) bill that could enable the government to work with private operators on infrastructure projects without parliament scrutiny.
The Senate chamber, ready for debate. The 150-member upper house has one senator per province, with the rest of the members appointed. (Photo provided by the Senate of Thailand)
Appointed senator Paibul Nititawan, who chairs the Senate committee on corruption prevention and government examination, said Monday he believes the government intends to use the PPP bill to support its projects under the planned 2-trillion-baht infrastructure development borrowing plan.
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