Pheu Thai rebuffs Kao Klai’s bid to clip the wings of Thailand’s Senate

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The opposition Pheu Thai party has rejected the Kao Klai party’s proposal to amend Section 272 of the Constitution, on the grounds that it is not the right time for such a move.

Pheu Thai decided today, by an overwhelming majority, not join fellow opposition party Kao Klai in its attempt to limit the Senate’s role in the selection of the country’s Prime Minister.

Pheu Thai spokesman Anusorn Iamsa-ard said today that almost all of its MPs oppose Kao Klai’s approach to Section 272, adding that only one of the party’s MPs, Cholnan Srikaew of Nan prov

Kao Klai party urges government to ease restrictions on musicians

The Kao Klai Party is urging the Government to ease restrictions night entertainment businesses, so entertainers, such as singers, can get back to work.

Kao Klai party-list MPs, Pakornvuth Udompipatsakul and Tunyawach Kamonwongwat, told the media at Parliament on Thursday that the CCSA had eased restrictions on food shops, restaurants and hotels, allowing the sale of alcoholic drinks, but still bans live music at such premises, while allowing concerts to be held.

The two MPs say this has caused confusion among musicians, especially those who used to play in night entertainment venues, like pubs.

“Musicians are not COVID-19 carriers and they are not usually in close contact with the customers.  Playing music is an honest profession and it makes

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