Thai Constitutional Court Will Hold Next Hearing on Prime Minister’s Dismissal Case

On July 10th, a panel of Thai Constitutional Court judges will hold the next hearing regarding the case against current Prime Minister (PM) Srettha Thavisin on July 24th.

The panel said they are still “waiting for more information” from agencies and individuals involved with the case.

However, the court did not specify what kind of information the panel requested from the entities involved in the case.

Forty Thai senators accused the PM of breaching the Constitution and ethical standards by appointing an individual to be the Minister of his PM’s Office “despite the person’s questionable background.”