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Thailand’s Constitutional Court to consider legality of ruling party

Following last week’s general elections in Thailand, the losing Democrat Party has asked Thailand’s Constitutional Court to dissolve the winning Pheu Thai party. Thailand’s Constitutional Court, like a number of other specialized constitutional courts (e.g., Germany, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey), has the constitutional power and responsibility to rule upon the lawfulness of political parties (per

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Published on July 10, 2011
Author:          Filed under: coup, David Law, hp, Thailand
 
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Constitutional Hotspots for 2010?

I wonder if readers have thoughts on what locations will be likely to experience a constitutional crisis of some kind in 2010. Many of those that have had ongoing difficulties in the past year (Niger, Honduras, Zimbabwe) are likely to continue. Here are some other possibilities: Thailand’s deep political divisions have not been resolved, and

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Published on January 2, 2010
Author:          Filed under: hp, hp; Tom Ginsburg, Palestine, Sudan, Thailand