Published: Feb 23, 2022
Opposition leader Cholnan Srikaew on Wednesday submitted three bills seeking an amendment to the Constitution, which included making it mandatory for the prime minister be a member of Parliament and to better protect the rights of the people.
Published: Oct 03, 2021
Myanmar’s 2008 Constitution cannot be abolished as it was approved after holding people’s referendum, but matters or issues that are not suitable with the modern day can be amended, according to SAC Chairman, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
Published: Mar 25, 2021
The Indian Embassy in Thailand organised an event on March 12 in which National Assembly President and Speaker of the House of Representatives Chuan Leekpai, along with other dignitaries, formally released the Thai-language translation of the Constitution of India.
Published: Jan 28, 2021
WASHINGTON - The question of whether former president Donald Trump can be convicted at an impeachment trial now that he has left office is likely to be settled by political muscle rather than the Constitution, which is murky on the matter and provides support for those on both sides of the issue, experts said Wednesday.
Published: Dec 03, 2020
Prasert Jantararuangtong, secretary-general of opposition Pheu Thai Party, told the press on Wednesday that his party has done its best by suing the premier for continuing to live in an Army residence after retiring as Army chief in September 2014.
Published: Nov 24, 2020
Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit said on Tuesday that as Democrat Party leader, he will have words with three MPs who did not vote for all charter amendment motions in line with the party.
Published: Nov 18, 2020
The draft submitted by iLaw to change the Constitution was rejected in Parliament on Wednesday after senators voted overwhelmingly to oppose it. Two charter-change drafts sponsored by government parties and the opposition were passed in the first reading.