The legal team of General Prayut Chan-O’Cha submitted 30-page clarification documents on the eight-year term limit to the Constitutional Court on Thursday, September 1st.
The statement includes clarifications of all allegations filed by the accusatory groups, which were MPs of the opposition parties, the Head of the legal team Vira Rojchanawad told the Associated Press.
Prayut had about 15 days to present his statement to the court after the Court ordered his ministry’s suspension on August 24. The legal team, however, managed to submit the statement eight days later.
The 30-page statement would be for the Court’s consideration to give a final verdict on the eight-year term limit of General Prayut Chan-O’Cha as the Thai Prime Minister whether it was on August 24, 2014; April 6, 2017; or June 9, 2019.
More information on the controversy can be found in our previous editorial article below:
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