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Opposition backtracks on charter vetting

Demand for 60 days will force joint sitting vote

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  • Writer: Aekarach Sattaburuth and Pradit Ruangdit
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The opposition had reneged on a pledge to complete scrutiny of charter amendment bills in 15 days. 

Somsak: Wants to settle issue for good

This has forced the parliament president to call a joint sitting to settle the issue once and for all, chief government whip Amnuay Khlangpha says.

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