The Constitutional Court rejected the appeal in the Chaikasem case, using its rights and freedoms to overthrow the government.

The Constitutional Court unanimously rejected the petition of “Ruangkrai Leekitwattana” against the statement of “Chayasem Nitisiri” of Pheu Thai Party. It supports the use of rights or freedom to overthrow the government. Mention that you are not a leader. no authority to act on behalf

March 20, Constitutional Court Resolution unanimously rejected the petition of “Ruangkrai Lekitwatana” against the statement of Pheu Thai Party “Chayasem Nitisiri”. It supports the use of rights or freedom to overthrow the government.

The Constitutional Court meets to discuss important and interesting cases as follows:

(1) On a request from the Constitutional Court to make a decision under section 49 of the Constitution (the issue is that Mr Ruangkrai Lekitwatana (the applicant) has asked the Constitutional Court to make a decision under section 49 of the Constitution that the Pheu Thai Party (the respondent) actions pursuant to the statement of Mr. Chayasem Nitisiri dated 31 October 2021 regarding the amendment of section 112 of the Penal Code bearing the seal of the party. The respondent is present. It is in the nature of aiding and abetting actions which may lead to the repeal of section 112 of the Penal Code to the declaration which is not a legitimate legislative process. In addition, the petitioner has examined additional evidence and found that the Respondent has so far maintained the statement of Mr. Chayasem Nitisiri on the respondent’s social media. It is an exercise of rights. Or under Section 49(1) of the Constitution freedom to overthrow a democratic regime of government with the king as head of state.

Exam results

The Constitutional Court considered and found that Facts as requested and supporting documents It appears that Mr. Chayasem Nitisiri is not the leader of the party and is not authorized to act on behalf of the respondent, and there are no facts and evidence to show that the respondent has any intention or action. which is likely to result in the exercise of rights or freedoms to subvert the regime of democratic government by the King as head of state under section 49, paragraph 1 of the Constitution.

The Constitutional Court unanimously decided not to accept the petition for consideration.

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