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Wissanu: Ask Constitutional Court About Prayut’s Eight-Year Tenure


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Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam. Photo: NNT

 

By Thai Newsroom Reporters

 

DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER Wissanu Krea-ngam today (June 30) encouraged those who may wonder whether Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will have spent a maximum of eight years in power by the upcoming August to call on the Constitutional Court for judgement.

 

Wissanu told reporters at Government House that Prayut’s eight-year tenure as maximally provided by law will almost certainly raise a bone of contention, thus prompting those who may have doubts about it to file a petition to the Constitutional Court to judge.

 

The deputy premier in charge of legal affairs said he would rather not ask the Constitutional Court to settle such a legal controversy though he himself is among the doubters.

 

Full story: https://thainewsroom.com/2022/06/30/wissanu-ask-constitutional-court-about-prayuts-eight-year-tenure/

 

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OMG...8 years already ? I can't believe it ....Time flies....

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1 hour ago, RichardColeman said:

Be interesting to see how his finances and holdings have changed in the last 8 years

From a minor millionaire to a multi-billionaire....

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Whilst the question is yet to be finally settled by the Constitutional Court sooner than later, one of three answers apparently available for use will almost certainly be chosen by the judiciary body

and that answer comes in the form of a question: Gen Prayut, how would you like us to rule on this matter?

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53 minutes ago, ikke1959 said:

Comstitutional court and Payuth and his friends is that not the same??? The court always decide in favor of them???? 

Mafia brothers always cover for one another.

The code.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The deputy premier in charge of legal affairs said he would rather not ask the Constitutional Court to settle such a legal controversy though he himself is among the doubters.

What's the Thai phrase that means "Keeping one's head well below the parapet" ?

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Who would want to leader of any country with all the ongoing problems of the world..

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4 hours ago, NanLaew said:

What's the Thai phrase that means "Keeping one's head well below the parapet" ?

"Lawang hua Khup"  😛

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER Wissanu Krea-ngam today (June 30) encouraged those who may wonder whether Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will have spent a maximum of eight years in power by the upcoming August to call on the Constitutional Court for judgement.

Constitutional court will already have Prayuts answer.

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the guy (Prayut) is like a bad cold, hard to get rid off .... he did everything and anything to make sure he can hold power for long time, look at Xi, Putin, Luckachenko, Kim in NK, Maduro, etc.,  perfect examples of dictatorship they all will hold power for life as the managed to modify their constitution in order to do so, Prayut did the same

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