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NLA mulls royal security bill

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The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) yesterday agreed in principle on a bill to amend the law on providing security to royalty but put off consideration of another bill on debt collection. 

National Council for Peace and Order chief Prayuth Chanocha’s brother, Lt Gen Preecha, takes the floor as the National Legislative Assembly meets to discuss 10 bills that Gen Prayuth proposed for consideration. Chanat Katanyu

With two abstentions, the NLA voted 180 to 1 to pass the royal security provision bill in its first reading and agreed to set up a 15-member panel to review the wording of the draft to incorporate into the bill remarks made by the NLA members at yesterday's meeting. It will bring the bill back for its second reading in seven days.

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