The Pheu Thai Party is in no hurry to get approval for its 2-trillion-baht borrowing bill, which could be four to five more months away from becoming law.
Democrat MPs Apirak Kosayodhin and Juti Krairiksh look at a high-speed train model during the House debate on Friday. (Photo by Chanat Katanyu)
The second and third readings of the bill would be tabled for debate when the House reconvenes in August, Phitsanu Hattasongkhroh, a government deputy chief whip, said on Friday.
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