22 Feb. 64 – Mr. Somkid Chuakong, Ubon Ratchathani MP, Pheu Thai Party revealed that a joint meeting of the National Assembly to consider the draft constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand. Amendment to Section 256 and adding Chapter 15/1 that as scheduled for a joint meeting of the National Assembly on February 24-25, according to the time frame has been set. That shouldn’t be a problem. In the case of the Constitutional Court accepting the petition according to Mr. Paiboon Nititawan, MP’s list People’s Power Party Request to decide whether the constitutional amendment under Section 256 is an act that is unconstitutional or not. At this time, it is not possible to answer how Mr. Chuan Leekpai, the President of the National Assembly, would have come out, in the past there was no tradition to stop considering. Believe that it will be considered according to the agenda specified Which will wait and see how the court will make a decision If you say you can’t do it Everything that has been done all goes to zero. Let’s go back and count one another
“Legislative branch Has the power to propose laws and make laws for most of the country. But the person who went to cry did not know how to cry When the constitutional amendment has not yet begun But screamed that it was interrupted Therefore, Mr. Paiboon’s intention was clear to follow the order of the authorized person who did not wish to amend the statute. Using the Constitutional Court as a tool, “said Somkid.
Somkid said Problems to amend the constitution Partly from General Prayut Do not want the Constitution to be amended for fear of losing power Despite the amendment to the constitution to allow people to participate in the administration of the country And the country is more developed than it is General Prayut has been in power for 7 years, the country has fallen on all fronts. Therefore, if General Prayut Withdrawing from power will be accepted as a sacrifice. But if he hopes to remain in power to inherit power People would not agree because the more General Prayut Long live, the more difficult the people.