The House of Representatives will not accept the imminent Constitution Court ruling on the legality of proposed charter changes, according to House Speaker Somsak Kiatsuranont.
The Constitution Court is scheduled to give its verdict on the constitutionality of planned charter changes tomorrow. The reforms propose to change the way that senators are appointed, making the Senate fully-elected.
Mr Somsak said at a news conference on Tuesday that he had discussed the ruling with legal advisers to the Lower House who confirmed that the Constitution Court has no authority to consider the petition questioning the legality of the proposed constitutional amendment.
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