Thailand’s Constitutional Court has rejected allegations that government plans to amend the constitution are an attempt to overthrow the monarchy. But it has made the task of changing the constitution more difficult.
The court said that parliament could only only rewrite the constitution on a piecemeal basis. A referendum was needed to decide whether the government could go ahead with the proposed changes wholesale.
The red shirts (pro govt) and the yellow shirts (anti govt) can continue rowing.
Yesterday’s alarmist post http://atans1.wordpress.com/2012/07/13/thai-market-to-collapse/