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1. learning | 16 Jul 2012
» A group of Thammasat University's law lecturers demanded the dissolution of the Constitution Court Sunday.
2. learning | 01 Mar 2012
» Police announced this morning that they have arrested the two men suspected of yesterday's physical assault on Worajet Pakeerat, a core leader of the Nitirat group.
3. news | 24 Dec 2014
» The Criminal Court on Wednesday sentenced a former police superintendent to three years in jail for offering a bribe to a Constitution Court judge in the Thai Rak Thai Party dissolution case in 2006.
4. learning | 29 Feb 2012
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» Close Thaksin associate floats idea of eliminating Constitution Court & Administrative Court set up by 1997 People's Constitution.
5. learning | 18 Oct 2010
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» The Democrats are working overtime to combat charges they have tried to influence the Constitution Court in their dissolution case.
6. news | 21 Jan 2015
» The Constitutional Court will be kept under the new constitution, after the Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) yesterday rejected a proposed merger with the Supreme Court.
7. news | 25 Dec 2014
» The Criminal Court has sentenced a former senior police officer to three years in jail for attempting to bribe a Constitutional Court judge twice in the Thai Rak Thai party dissolution case in 2006, though he claimed he ...
8. opinion | 10 Dec 2014
» With elections planned for this time next year, Myanmar's future is at a critical crossroads. At the same time, there is increased confusion over attempts to change the constitution and introduce proportional repres...
9. learning | 21 Mar 2014
» The Constitution Court has voted 6-3 to nullify the Feb 2 general election, meaning a new election will have to be held.
10. learning | 24 Jan 2014
» The Constitution Court has just ruled unanimously that the election date can be postponed and that doing so would require consultation between the caretaker prime minister and the Election Commission.