CHON BURI : The ruling Pheu Thai Party is backing off on its plan to move ahead with the third and final parliamentary reading of the charter amendment bill. The move is in line with former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra's suggestion that the party slow down the process
Despite the Constitution Court's ruling that the final reading of the bill is not unconstitutional, a lot of confusion remains regarding the next legislative steps, said former parliament president Pokin Polakul.
Under the circumstances, it could do more harm than good to rush the matter, said Mr Pokin at a Pheu Thai seminar held yesterday in Pattaya.
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