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Opposition to lodge petition against PM Prayut

 

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BANGKOK (NNT) - The government and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chuan Leekpai, have confirmed that they do not have issues with the opposition’s demand for an investigation into the alleged violation of ethical standards by the Prime Minister and Defense Minister, Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, in failing to recite his oath of office fully. The opposition was advised that it could proceed with the legal process.

 

The House Speaker said the opposition can lodge such a petition with the Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) at any time, even though the first parliamentary session had already ended. Mr. Chuan noted that he will look into the legal elements of the petition. He said the rulings of the Constitutional Court constitute a binding precedent. However, this particular case is an order, not a ruling, and a postscript added to the order, must also be acknowledged.

 

The Deputy Prime Minister, Prof. Dr. Wissanu Krea-ngam, said on Friday, that the issue is up to the opposition to ponder, and he has yet to assess whether a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister will take place. He said the government has performed its duties according to the law during the general debate. If the opposition still has questions, it has to proceed with the legal process.

 

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The opposition is acting just like a Kangaroo court now.

They should try to prove internationally and by other means that the judges in the constitutional court are actually in contempt by malfeasance by judgments. Otherwise forget it if there really is no case or legs to stand on. 

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Any laws are irrelevant.

The PM has the most important and only important endorsement.

That means nothing is going to change.

Not sure why Thais in the opposition are pretending they will have any impact at all.

The whole thing is an opera.

The PM is here to stay for as long as he likes.

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Proroguing in vogueing if he gets stuck 🤔  

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1 hour ago, colinneil said:

So the opposition are going to lodge a petition against Prayut, why?

Total waste of time, by a total waste of space opposition.

They can huff and puff as much as they want, will not change anything, Prayut will carry on regardless.

MONTHS AGO, it was quoted on here, with a picture Prayut saying "he can do what he wants" do you remember.....??

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I would assume a motion of no confidence would be voted on by the lower house.

 

It would make no difference whether he won or lost as the senate would vote on the new PM so he'd be back in power regardless.

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2 minutes ago, madmitch said:

I would assume a motion of no confidence would be voted on by the lower house.

 

It would make no difference whether he won or lost as the senate would vote on the new PM so he'd be back in power regardless.

sounds very complicated....

 

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And some people were thinking that after the 'election' this country would begin to move forward. 

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Just now, BobbyL said:

And some people were thinking that after the 'election' this country would begin to move forward. 

NO CHANCE....too much corruption...

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1 hour ago, faraday said:

What exactly was wrong with the oath?

Omission to uphold the constitution the constitution that he and his mates wrote.The democracy part of the oath.

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