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Charter bill goes to 3rd reading

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The government’s joint committee studying the 2007 charter on Monday resolved that it would go ahead with the third and final reading of the controversial amendment bill in parliament. 

The 11-member committee led by Pokin Polakul made the decision after they sought advice from five academics.

They were Gothom Areeya, the director of the Peace Studies Centre at Mahidol University, Wutthisarn Tanchai, deputy secretary-general of King Prajadhipok’s Institute, Nonthaburi senator Direk Thuengfang, Somchai Preechasilpakul, a law lecturer at Chiang Mai University, and Sombat Thamrongtanyawong, rector of the National Institute of Development Administration (Nida).    

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