“Chaiwat” insists he is not worried about the party dissolution case and is ready to fight with all his might.

Politics

Constitutional Court, Move Forward Party and EC send representatives to join the examination of evidence in the Move Forward Party dissolution case as scheduled. "Chaiwat" submits 1 more witness, insists he is not worried, ready to fight with all his might. Reporters reported that the Constitutional Court has scheduled an inspection of evidence of the opposing parties in the case in which the Election Commission (EC), represented by the registrar of political parties, requested the Constitutional Court to consider and rule in order to issue an order to dissolve the Move Forward Party and revoke the right to run for election of persons who are members of the party's executive committee and prohibit persons who hold positions on the party's executive committee and whose right to run for election has been revoked from registering a new political party or becoming a member of the party's executive committee or participating in the establishment of a new political party within 10 years from the date the Constitu tional Court issued the order, according to the Organic Act on Political Parties 2017, Section 92, paragraph two, and Section 94, paragraph two, due to their behavior of overthrowing the democratic regime with the King as head of state and acting in a manner that may be hostile to the democratic regime with the King as head of state, which is a fact that appears in the Constitutional Court's ruling No. 3/2567. The inspection of witnesses will be attended by representatives of the Move Forward Party and the EC before the court sets a date for the next hearing on Wednesday, July 17 at 9:30 a.m. The reporter also reported that there was a group of supporters of the Move Forward Party with signs who came to support the Move Forward Party and follow the appointment to inspect the evidence. In this regard, for the examination of evidence today (July 9), the EC sent representatives to examine the evidence in the morning because the court had scheduled different times to avoid confronting each other. The court had scheduled a representative from the Move Forward Party in the afternoon. Then at 1:00 p.m., Mr. Chaithawat Tulathan, leader of the Move Forward Party, along with the party's legal team, came to the Constitutional Court. Mr. Chaithawat said that today the Constitutional Court has scheduled an inspection of relevant evidence in the case filed by the EC to dissolve the Move Forward Party. The Move Forward Party has submitted a total of 10 witnesses, and today, it will submit an additional statement, namely Mr. Surapol Nitikraipot, a professor of public law and advisor to the EC. He is confident in the facts and the law that we are fighting for and confirms that he is not worried. However, after submitting evidence today, he expects that the Constitutional Court will open an investigation based on the evidence that the Move Forward Party has submitted. Source: Thai News Agency