Charter change set to become big issue in Thailand’s general election

Thai election. Poll station at Wat Lamai

Thai election. Poll station at Wat Lamai, Ko Samui. Photo: Jason Eppink / flickr.




Democratic reformists in Thailand have hit a brick wall, after two constitutional amendment bills proposed by civic groups were rejected by Parliament in the space of a year.

Politicians and activists who want sweeping reforms to the post-coup Constitution have vowed to fight on for “true democracy” despite overwhelming opposition from coalition party MPs and senators.

Full story: thaipbsworld.com

By Thai PBS World



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