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The Constitutional Court unanimously rejected a high-profile petition accusing the Pheu Thai Party of being dominated by paroled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. The petition alleged that Thaksin’s influence and the controversial digital wallet scheme used in their election campaign violated section 49 of the Constitution. Decha Chairat, the petitioner, didn’t stop there. He also … …

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4 hours ago, Thaiger said:

No evidence to prove that the Pheu Thai party had exercised its rights or liberties to overthrow the constitutional monarchy, as required by section 49 of the charter.

That’s a very serious accusation. Sooner or later these practitioners of lawfare need to be held accountable for wasting the court’s time and potential libel. Punishing frivolous lawsuits can be a slippery slope impacting valid but unsuccessful cases however it seems that something needs to be done to stop this blatant abuse of the courts. 

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