The Call to Resolve the Ethics Violation Intensifies

Dissident Srisuwan Janya will on Saturday appeal the National Anti Corruption Commission (NACC) to test the direct of 277 MPs who caused a House meeting on Wednesday to fall. An absence of majority constrained House Speaker Chuan Leekpai to dismiss the meeting held to discuss draft enactment on unsafe substances. Just 206 out of 483 MPs proclaimed themselves present, bringing about an absence of majority.

Reports proposed that few MPs were available in the chamber, yet they didn’t recognize themselves. It was supposed to be a strategy to postpone the consultation of a draft law as they couldn’t agree on the matter. Mr Srisuwan, secretary-general of the Association for the Protection of the Thai Constitution, said by not going to the gathering and making it breakdown, the MPs submitted a morals infringement under the contract.

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