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1. learning | 23 Feb 2012
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» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her cabinet have been able to go about their work without worrying about mass protests, but, as the constitutional amendment process begins, that is likely to change.
2. learning | 13 Jul 2012
» The Constitution Court has dismissed the petitions submitted by opponents of the Government's charter amendment bill. There is no evidence it is intended to overthrow the current form of government, the judges said.
3. learning | 06 Jul 2012
» Opponents of parliament's consitution amendment bill laid out their positions to Constitution Court judges yesterday while government supporters challenged their testimony. The proceedings end today.
4. learning | 06 Jun 2012
» Parliament President Somsak Kiatsuranont has decided to delay the third reading of the charter amendment bill in a move to avoid a stand-off with the Constitution Court.
5. news | 01 Apr 2013
» Neither supporters nor their antagonists demonstrated at the parliament on Monday when senators and MPs began a three-day joint debate on controversial constitutional amendments.
6. news | 29 Apr 2013
» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is under fire for defending the red shirt protest against the Constitutional Court.
7. opinion | 12 Apr 2013
» Songkran will provide Thais with a brief respite from the horrendous summer heat and the divisive parliamentary debate on proposed constitutional amendments. But when the lawmakers return after the holiday, tempers could...
8. news | 30 Mar 2013
» Buoyed by the easy passage of its infrastructure financing bill, Pheu Thai hopes to carry the momentum into Parliament on Monday when senators and MPs begin their debate on constitutional amendments.
9. learning | 23 Feb 2012
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» Constitution Court rules decrees transfering 1997 Crisis Debt to central bank & authorising 350 billion baht in loans for flood recovery are ok.
10. news | 30 Mar 2013
» The government's bill to borrow 2 trillion baht for infrastructure development does not violate the constitution as some critics have alleged, PM's Office Minister Varathep Ratanakorn affirmed on Saturday.