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Charter court accepts media share cases of 32 pro-government MPs

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10 hours ago, bannork said:

Time can be so useful at times. I believe it took nearly 400 days before the verdict on ownership of media shares  by the wife of Foreign Minister Mr Don was reached.

Such a quick decision, considering most cases before the courts are usually much longer, that's if they even proceed - unless of course you're a troglodyte then decisions are made before it even starts. 

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So is the court just taking these cases to look legitimate and will eventually find no violations or are they really going to dig into the claims of violations? A lot of factors can impact the dynamics of how the court performs.

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"The court explained that the cases of the 32 MPs were different from that of Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Jungroongruangkit, who was suspended from his duties for holding shares in V-Luck Media Company when he registered his election candidacy.

 

Seriously ? even considering there is evidence he actually sold the shares before the deadline to do so ? Yet now all of a sudden 32 others are not suspended because they probably still own the shares 

 

Unbelieveable. 

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