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Court clears the way for charter vote

Judges refuse Somchai's bid for debate injunction

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The Constitution Court agreed Wednesday to consider a petition against the charter amendment bills before parliament. 

The ruling allowed the joint sitting of MPs and senators to continue debate on constitutional amendments.

Late Wednesday, propelled by the Pheu Thai control of the Lower House, a solid majority approved all three amendment bills in principle, and sent them to committees for review, with a Pheu Thai majority ready to pass them.

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