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Public needs charter facts

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It now appears that the government is adopting a cautious approach in its attempt to rewrite the current constitution instead of ramming the pending charter amendment bill before parliament through its third and final reading. 

On Tuesday, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra voiced her support for a referendum on the charter change issue before a final vote in parliament on the rewrite bill.

She said that both the Justice and Interior ministries had been assigned to settle on ways to ensure that charter changes were a participatory process involving the public.

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