By The Nation
However, it would not affect entire political parties, as had been speculated, CDC chief Meechai Ruchupan said on Monday.
Meechai said the tripartite law review committee would meet on Tuesday to consider the proposed changes.
He said the CDC insisted that the primary voting system was the internal business of political parties, and it must not affect the parties’ right to field MP candidates. The new charter has guaranteed this point, he said.
If MPs or senators were found to be involved in fraud, they must be discharged, as their qualification would become invalid, Meechai said.