11 July 2024

The Constitutional Court is scheduled to meet again on September 14th, to discuss the 8-year term in office of suspended Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, after it instructed the secretary-general of the House of Representatives to submit additional information by the end of next Tuesday.

According to a press release from the Office of the Constitutional Court, they are seeking the meeting minutes and report of the 501st meeting of the Constitution Drafting Committee, dated September 11th, 2018, from the secretary-general of the House.

The agenda of the meeting on September 11th, 2018 includes an item on the approval of the minutes of the previous meeting of the committee, said the press release.

The nine Constitutional Court justices met today (Thursday) to discuss term in office matter, but the outcome was inconclusive, with the justices requiring more information.

The secretary-general of the Constitutional Court has said previously that there is no set timeline indicating when the court will issue its ruling.