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21. opinion | 26 Nov 2013
» I have no questions about the part of the Constitution Court's ruling last week which said that parliament went about amending the charter improperly, not according to the due process of the law that stipulates how t...
22. learning | 21 Nov 2013
» The Constitution Court’s rejection of the charter amendment requiring all senators be elected was greeted with cheers from government opponents and bitterness and some tears from its supporters.
23. learning | 03 Dec 2012
About mobile phones
» Court says 3G licenses can now be issued. Govt official trying to stop it has no legal right to make lawsuit in court.
24. learning | 20 Oct 2010
Easy English news
» Few were surprised yesterday when Khunying Jaruvan vowed to fight a court verdict stripping her of her position as auditor-general.
25. learning | 31 May 2011
» Thailand and Cambodia presented their cases to the International Court of Justice yesterday on a complaint by Cambodia over Preah Viharn.
26. learning | 14 Sep 2010
Words in the news
» A case that a court is asked to decide involving a disagreement between two people or groups คดีที่ยื่นฟ้องต่อศาล (Note, we normally file a lawsuit when we make a complaint to a court)...
27. news | 10 Oct 2013
» The Constitution Court yesterday dismissed two petitions seeking a ruling on the constitutionality of the charter amendment changing the composition of the Senate.
28. news | 30 Nov 2013
» The Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) has agreed to consider requests for it to seek the Constitution Court's interpretation whether the anti-government movement led by Suthep Thaugsuban is in violation of Section...
29. news | 12 Oct 2013
» If Wilavan Apinyapong ever attended a shouting contest, she would surely be among the finalists. As the captain of the Thai women's national volleyball team, her powerful roar is a common sound on court as she commun...
30. 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.