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1. news | 12 Jan 2015
» The Constitutional Court will have the final say when all other bodies have trouble deciding on an issue so the palace will not be disturbed whenever a dispute arises, according to constitutional drafters.
2. business | 23 Dec 2014
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» Amendments to the Copyright Act of 1994 will strengthen the protection of intellectual property (IP) rights in Thailand and ensure online intermediaries' responsibilities will be appropriately covered, says a panel ...
3. learning | 21 Aug 2013
» Pandemonium and protests among bickering lawmakers marred parliament's debate on constitutional amendments yesterday with both sides hoping for a smoother session today.
4. news | 27 Jan 2015
» Labour rights activists have demanded the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) review its approval of amendments to the social security bill because the draft would disqualify workers who resign from receiving unemploymen...
5. news | 17 Jan 2015
» Charter drafters have agreed that eligible voters should get to vote on future amendments to the constitution in order to boost participatory democracy.
6. business | 09 Jan 2015
» New amendments to the Civil and Commercial Code will change the way loan guarantees are enforced in Thailand. Under the changes, which are due to take effect on Feb 11, guarantors will benefit from increased protection, ...
7. business | 15 Dec 2014
» Legal amendments to change the excise tax base across the board to state-recommended retail prices from ex-factory prices will top the cabinet's discussion tomorrow.
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 | 26 Nov 2010
» Although both government-sponsored draft amendments passed their first reading yesterday, it was not parliament at its best
10. news | 21 Jan 2015
» The president of the Constitutional Court can serve multiple three-year terms while the court's justices will serve nine years or until they are 70 under the new constitution.