Court says judiciary does not interfere with administrative’s workJuly 14th, 2008 - 12:40 pm ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi
1st Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Administrative Court, Akrawit Sumawong (อัครวิทย์ สุมาวงศ์) says a constitutional amendment can take place but it must be lawful. He also affirms the judiciary does not interfere with the work of the administrative.
The 1st deputy chairman says it is vital for those with power to amend the constitution to abide by laws. However, he refuses to say whether the charter amendment issue will be used for political benefits. As for the remark that the judiciary intervenes in the administrative, Mr Akrawit says the judiciary reviews cases in line with the constitution and the justice procedure.
Mr Akrawit also says the power of the 2007 Constitution does not expedite a party dissolution
Source : National News Bureau, Public Relations Department of Thailand