By The Nation
Phalang Pracharath Party MP Thanikan Pornpongsarot, spokeswoman for the House Committee on the matter, announced the schedule on Friday for the following groups of citizens:
Disabled – March 9, 1-4pm
Civil society – March 10, 10am-noon
Women – March 10, 1-4pm
Labourers – March 11, 9am-noon
Campaign for the People’s Constitution, students – March 13, 11am-4pm
Elderly – March 18, 9am-noon
Political parties – March 19, 1.30-4pm
Ethnic groups – March 24, 1-4pm
“Representatives of all of these groups except the Campaign for the People’s Constitution and the students must register in advance online,” Thanikan said.
Chaithawat Tulathon, the committee’s assistant secretary, said officials would coordinate with the students regarding their plans to hold a rally against the government in tandem with their hearing
on March 13.
“The forum hall will accommodate about 100 people,” he noted.