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The People Assembly Reforming Thailand (Part) looks set to launch a legal challenge to the government's 2-trillion-baht borrowing bill for infrastructure development projects. 

The assembly, which is made up of a network of 57 civic organisations, said it was likely to petition the Constitution Court against the bill.

The bank of judges of the Constitution Court. (File photo)

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