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By Prachatai |
The Prime Ministerial vote, previously scheduled for this Friday (4 August), has been postponed as the Constitutional Court has yet to rule on the petition asking whether prohibiting repeated nominations of candidates for Prime Minister is unconstitutional.
By Prachatai |
The Office of the Ombudsman has filed a petition with the Constitutional Court, requesting a ruling in the case of the parliament’s rejection the renomination of Pita Limjaroenrat, the PM candidate from the Move Forward Party.
<p id="E23" qowt-divtype="para" qowt-eid="E23"><span id="E24" qowt-eid="E24">The junta’s </span><span id="E26" qowt-eid="E26">constiutional</span><span id="E28" qowt-eid="E28"> drafters revealed a</span><span id="E29" qowt-eid="E29"> controversial plan to combine </span><span id="E30" qowt-eid="E30">the&nbsp;</span><a href="" id="E31" qowt-divtype="qowt-field-hyperlink" qowt-eid="E31" target="_blank"><span id="E32" qowt-eid="E32">National Human Rights Commission (NHRC</span></a><span id="E33" qowt-eid="E33">) with the Office</span> <span p> </span></p>
<div><br />A proposal of six independent agencies for naming mediators to solve Thailand’s prolonged conflict on Tuesday has prompted a group of activists to protest the move, seen by many as controversial and partisan.&nbsp;</div> <p></p>