Thai parliament rejects constitutional amendment bill World

Thai parliament rejects constitutional amendment bill

A constitutional amendment bill was rejected by the parliament of Thailand on late March 17 in its third and final reading, failing to get the support of a majority of parliament members and at least one-third of senators as the constitution required, local medica reported.
Thai Foreign Minister faces pressure to resign ASEAN

Thai Foreign Minister faces pressure to resign

The Thai Constitution Protection Association on June 3 issued a statement calling on Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai to step down before the Constitutional Court makes a verdict on the scandal related to his wife’s failure to declare her stockholdings.