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‘Law delay no risk to polls,’ says Wissanu

People use privacy-protecting cubicles to mark their ballots at a polling station on Phahon Yothin Road, Bangkok, on May 22, 2022. (File photo: Pornprom Satrabhaya)

With new laws on political parties and the election of MPs yet to receive royal endorsement, it is for the Election Commission (EC) to decide how to proceed if a House dissolution takes place before that, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Friday.

He said the two bills were submitted for approval by the prime minister for royal endorsement on Dec 16 and the 90-day period in which the bills are pending royal approval ends on March 15.

Mr Wissanu said the process will not be affected if a House dissolution takes place before the bills are enacted. The EC…

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