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Thai court accepts complaint seeking PM's removal over cabinet appointment

23/5/2024 14:13
        Thailand's Constitutional Court on Thursday accepted a complaint seeking to remove Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin from office for giving a ministerial position to a former lawyer with a criminal conviction.
        
        Srettha was not suspended from duty pending a verdict in the case, as had been sought by a group of senators who had complained that last month's appointment to his cabinet of Pichit Chuenban was a violation of the constitution.
        
        Pichit resigned on Tuesday in an effort to insulate Srettha from the court case.
        
        The decision will be a blow to a government that has seen three ministers quit in recent weeks, while it battles to jumpstart an underperforming economy and ensure it has the funds to deliver on a delayed election promise of cash handouts for 50 million people.
        



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