Justice: Harvard Law, Verapat, says Constitutional & Civil Courts team-up intervene in executive domain

The following is from Verapat Pariyawong, a Harvard Law Graduate: Dear: The Thai civil court’s order today is one step closer to full scale judicial coup. By preserving the emergency decree in form but invalidating its key contents, the court rendered the decree almost pointless for the government. Two points need to be stressed: 1.…

Injustice Fact: 2) Inter-Parliamentary Union says “Judicial Coup” occurring in Thailand

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Prachachart Turakij, is a business newspaper in Thailand. It is part of the Matichon Group, where the group is identified as for the progressive intellect. However, Prachachart, being a business newspaper, have had to walk a tight rope. Most of Thailand’s business community is with the Elite Establishment, and…

Coup Focus: 3) Man in the middle of 2006 Coup, Sondhi, says he will tell all, if have to spend even one day in jail

By Ranger, Thai Intel political journalist On 28 February 2012, Sondhi Limthongkul, head of the fascist Yellow Shirts Movement, was convicted by a Bangkok Criminal Court of violating the Securities and Exchange Act by falsifying documents to secure a multi-million dollar loan for his media empire, a case dating back to the 1990s. He was…

Democracy: 10) What does The Wall Street Journal say about Thailand’s emerging “Constitutional Crisis”

How does foreign press the see the developing Thai “Constitutional Crisis?” When Human Rights Watch’s Thailand researcher, says the Thai Constitutional Court, is abusing powers, perhaps global press noticed. When the Thai Commission to Develop the Rule of law, says the Thai Constitutional Court, is abusing powers, perhaps global press noticed. When a group of…

Democracy: 8) Global parliament group & Thai law makers issue letters to Constitutional Court

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Today, at Parliament, a group of MPs and Senators, representing 312 MPs and Senators, held a press conference to announce the issuance of the group’s “Open Letter” to the Thai people, as to why they have rejected the powers of the constitutional court. The letter comes after Thailand’s PM Yingluck Shinawatra made a pro Democracy speech…

Democracy: 4) Yingluck tells Constitutional Court judges they are destroying check & balance

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist PM Yingluck Shinawatra, indirectly criticized the Constitutional Court judges, saying, quote: “In creating check and balance between the three branch being Judicial, Legislative and Administrative it is important, each of the branches must counter weight the other, so there will be checks that is transparent……The interest to amend the constitution, I am certain, members of Parliament wants…