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Judgement day for Paiboon Nititawan, protector of junta-sponsored Constitution


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Paiboon Nititawan

 

A Constitutional Court ruling due to be issued on Wednesday (Oct 20) holds the key to the political future of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party’s legal expert Paiboon Nititawan, with big impacts predicted for Thailand if he loses his MP seat.

 

Paiboon is a deputy leader of Palang Pracharath and a close legal advisor to party leader General Prawit Wongsuwan, who is also deputy prime minister.

 

Last November, around 60 MPs petitioned House Speaker Chuan Leekpai to seek a ruling from the Constitutional Court on whether Paiboon’s MP status had ended after he moved to Palang Pracharath.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/judgement-day-for-paiboon-nititawan-protector-of-junta-sponsored-constitution/

 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Last November, around 60 MPs petitioned House Speaker Chuan Leekpai to seek a ruling from the Constitutional Court on whether Paiboon’s MP status had ended after he moved to Palang Pracharath.

Last November... I think I can see where this is going.

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5 hours ago, tracker1 said:

People have to trust the courts decision 😉 

Indeed. The same installed judicial system that has, for generations, served the ruling classes quite loyally - 

Trust.

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This Dinosaur spent years having a go at opposition.  Was the first to endorse Prayut as pm. Would be good he got some of his own medicine  but doubt it as he close advisor to little fatty. Karma would be good

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