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(From Thai Press Reports)
Section: Government and Politics - The Supreme Administrative Court May 24 referred back to the Central Administrative Court a case on the legality of the Thaksin administration filed last week by two lawyers representing the Law Society of Thailand, citing technicalities, The Nation reports.
The plaintiffs had asked the court to launch a judicial review of the legality of caretaker Premier Thaksin Shinawatra and his caretaker government. They also sought to have Thaksin or the government suspended from office.
However, presiding Judge Damri Watnasingha said May 24 that the nature of the case put it under the jurisdiction …