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31. news | 08 Dec 2013
» A referendum will be held to decide on amendments to the constitution if protesters are successful in toppling the government tomorrow, rally leader Suthep Thaugsuban said yesterday.
32. news | 21 Nov 2013
» Opposition whips are to discuss what action to take against the 312 MPs and senators who proposed the "unconstitutional" charter amendment to change the composition of the Senate.
33. news | 29 Nov 2013
» Vietnamese lawmakers on Thursday approved a new version of the country's constitution that upholds the ruling Communist Party's dominant political and economic role.
34. news | 04 Nov 2013
» As critics of the amnesty bill are stepping up pressure on the government and the Pheu Thai Party to abort it, academics are confident it will be axed by the Constitution Court.
35. news | 06 Dec 2013
» YANGON - There can be no real political reform in Myanmar without amendments to the country's military-drafted constitution, opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Friday.
36. news | 19 Nov 2013
» The House of Representatives will not accept the imminent Constitution Court ruling on the legality of proposed charter changes, according to House Speaker Somsak Kiatsuranont.
37. news | 28 Nov 2013
» UBON RATCHATHANI ― A group of leading academics on Thursday issued a statement suggesting the government dissolve parliament and hold a referendum on whether to amend the entire constitution to avoid possible bloodshed o...
38. news | 19 Nov 2013
» Protesters from opposing camps are gathering at Democracy Monument and Rajamangala Stadium awaiting the Constitution Court's verdict on the legality of a government charter amendment proposing to change the compositi...
39. news | 09 Dec 2013
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» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has sought royal permission from His Majesty the King for the return of the controversial charter amendment bill on the make-up of the Senate.
40. tech | 10 Dec 2013
» More than 500 authors, including J. M. Coetzee and Gunter Grass, have signed a petition to the United Nations published Tuesday which claims mass state surveillance is violating basic freedoms.