Kao Klai Hae Rod dissolved the Election Commission’s party, ordering an end to the matter after being asked for 10 clues, including bailing the leader of the People’s Party – accused of lèse majesté cases support the revised draft The Ilaw version of the constitution proposes to amend Section 112 to express opinions – join political rallies pointed out that it does not qualify as an adversary
On June 20, reporters reported that recently a meeting of the Election Commission (Election Commission) had a resolution in favor of Mr. Sawang Boonmee, secretary-general of the Election Commission as the political party registrar. There is an opinion to end the case of Mr. Nataporn Toprayoon, former advisor to the Chief Ombudsman. petition to The Election Commission considered the dissolution of the Progressive Party (Kor Kor) because members and executive committees acted on 10 issues after the Office of Inquiry Committee conducted an investigation and found that the actions were not considered hostile to the governance. in a democratic regime with the King as Head of State under Section 92(2) of the Political Parties Act B.E. 2560 (2017)
The 10 issues consisted of: 1. August 2020, Mrs. Amarat Chokpamitkul, party executive committee member and Mr. Pakornwut. Udomphiphatsakul use the position The party-list MPs have bailed on Panupong Jadnok and Korot Saengyenphan, accused of criminal rallying for political protests. Black Case No. Por 972/2563 and Black Case No. Por 1031/2563
2. August 2020, Mr. Thanwarin Sukhapisit uses his position List of MPs Bail for Mr. Panumas Singprom, the leader of the People’s Liberation Council. The accused in the criminal case No. Black No. Por 1078/2563
3. October 2020, Ms. Benja Saengchan, Executive Director of the Kao Klai Party, takes the position of a party-list MP. Bail Mr. Jatupat Boonpattararaksa, or Phai Daodin, the Liberation Youth Leader. who were arrested in a rally around the Victory Monument The accused in the criminal case No. 1302/2563, who considers that the use of the position of bail on the accused is an individual right. which is legally enforceable and is a fundamental human right under the constitution
4. September 2020, Mr. Pita Limcharoenrat Rangsiman Rome, Mr. Wirot Lakkhanaadisorn, party executive committee members and party MPs, a total of 17 people attended the rally at Thammasat University, Tha Prachan and Sanam Luang. It is an exercise of rights that are protected under Article 44 of the Constitution. Therefore, it still cannot be heard that it is a violation of Section 45 in conjunction with Section 92(3) of the Political Party Act 2017.
5. In the case of alleging that the party The SEC promotes and encourages anyone to act in a way that threatens public order and good morals under Section 45 of the Political Parties Act. From the incident on November 16, 2020, party leader Pita Limcharoenrat announced the party’s position on amendments to the 2017 constitution and proposed a draft amendment to the people’s constitution. or the ilaw edition It is the main body for consideration in the commissioner level. The amendment to the Constitution clearly contains provisions in Sections 255 and 256 that can be done in accordance with the rules and procedures prescribed. by requiring that the motion for amendment must come from the Council of Ministers or from the House of Representatives of not less than one-fifth of the total number of the existing members of the House of Representatives. Or from the people who have the right to vote at least 50,000 people according to the law on the nomination of the House of Representatives, such cases can therefore be carried out under the prescribed law. Therefore, it cannot be heard that Mr. Phitha acted as a violation of Section 92 of the Political Parties Act 2017.
6. In the case of the allegation of Mr. Wirot Lakkana-Adisorn, a member of the list of MPs at that time Statement on November 25, 2020. The words were in support of the assembly of the People’s Party in the National Assembly area. to harass and threaten public order or good morals He saw that Mr Wirote’s statement was only an opinion on the rally between the protesters and the government. No words appeared to support the protesters to harass and threaten public order and good morals. The expression of opinions is protected under section 34 of the Constitution, so it is not yet possible to hear that Mr. Wirote’s actions violate section 45 and section 92 (3).
7. January 2021 Mr. Pita Limcharoenrat, party leader, gave an interview that the party The SEC has resolved to amend Section 112 of the Penal Code and 8. Alleging that Chaithawat Tulathon, a party-list MP and party secretary Mentioned that the police arrested Sirichai Nathuan, or New, a first-year student at Thammasat University. At night that the officers unfairly enforce Section 112. And it’s the prime minister’s mistaken policy to use all laws, including Article 112, to deal with students who come out to rallies.
by that it was just an opinion on the performance of MPs who see any law as an obstacle or not a democracy And there is no evidence that the party used a parliamentary mechanism to propose a draft amendment to the penal code. Therefore, it cannot be heard that Mr. Phitha acted against the democratic regime of government with the King as Head of State. in violation of Section 92(2) of the Political Parties Act
9.January 2021 Mrs. Amarat Chokpamitkul Member of the Executive Committee use the position MPs bail suspects in criminal case under Section 112 at Taling Chan Court in the case of Facebook admins The People’s Party sells the yellow duck calendar. which has the message “Royal calendar” sees that the use of the position of bail to the accused is a unique right of a person who is allowed by law to do so. It is not a political activity which is binding on the Progressive Party. Therefore, it cannot be heard that Mrs. Amarat will act which may be against the government.
10. November 2020, Mr. Rangsiman Rome and four party MPs entered the rally area of the people’s group in front of the Siam Commercial Bank Headquarters. in a manner supporting the assembly of the people’s group to harass the peace and good morals The facts can be heard that all 4 people have actually entered the rally area. but no facts or evidence confirming that the 4 persons supported the protesters, regardless of financial Being a leader incites the masses to join the rally. or any other support for the demonstrators to threaten public order or good morals Therefore, it cannot be heard that entering such areas is a support to encourage demonstrators to harass or threaten public order or good morals in violation of Section 45 and Section 92 (3) of the Political Party Act.
However, the Election Commission has already sent a letter notifying the result of the consideration to Mr. Nataporn.