By The Nation
Taweesak Suthakavatin, one of the members, said the group would file the petition on behalf of the group, not the NLA. They would like to gain clarity on the issue so that the work of the National Anti Corruption Commission (NACC) would not be problematic in the future.
However, it’s up to the Court to deliberate and rule on the case, he said.
The NACC law, which was recently passed by the NLA, is controversial because it allows current NACC commissioners to remain in office even though some of them have qualifications that are prohibited under the new charter.
The Constitution Drafting Commission, which drafted the original bill that was amended by the NLA, earlier voiced concern on the issue, saying waiving the prohibition is equivalent to waiving the charter.