To end the legal deadlocks halting construction works to 64 megaprojects relating to the Map Ta Phut industrial estate in Rayong, a final process to ensure constitutionally-required health and environementrelated assessments are conducted has began after a preliminary selection process was approved yesterday. To form a 13-member independent commission to make sure Constitution’s Article 67 was complied with in all projects, a selection process to nominate the 13 members would be conducted by a 18-member selection panel. The 13- member commission would be selected within 60 days, after the soon-to-come completion of the establishment of the 18-member selection panel. (The Nation)
Process begins to end legal deadlock
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