Lawmakers left behind their anger and resumed debate on constitutional changes on Wednesday, with the Democrat Party reiterating its opposition to an attempt end the selection of senators.
Pheu Thai MP Khattiyaa Sawasdiphol, right, listens to other lawmakers debate charter changes in parliament on Wednesday. (Photo by Phrakrit Juntawong)
The meeting of whips representing the coalition and opposition parties, and the senate agreed to allow 57 Democrat MPs to debate the amendments on the future of senators in the second reading.
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