Sep 14, 2013

Thai Government might have been violating Constitution on multiple counts

Former Head Judge of Thailand's Constitution Court gave opinions that the present Yingluck government has violated Thailand's current constitution laws on several aspects:-

a) They have not given verbal annual reports to the parliament for 2 years,

b) the 350 billion Baht loan has not been practically done according to its bill by the deadline of June 30, 2013,

c) the rice pledging policy was making the Thai government a rice trading monopoly in conflict with the constitution,

d) the pending Pardon Bill planned to retroactively annull cases which were judged by courts which is against principle of laws, and its aims to enact upon small specific groups of people as well as selectively aimed at benefiting certain ex-politician.

Ref: Manager

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