The Democrat Party will ask the Constitution Court to consider the legality of the government's 2-trillion-baht borrowing bill to fund transport development after the Senate passes it.
In an exclusive interview with the Bangkok Post yesterday, Deputy Democrat leader Korn Chatikavanij said his party strongly believed the bill violated the constitution and would lead to corruption.
Regarding its constitutionality, Mr Korn explained that the constitution permitted a special borrowing law only to serve an urgent requirement of money. But the transport development scheme could actually be realised with normal annual budgets of the state.
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