The chaotic parliamentary session that lasted more than 10 hours on Tuesday resulted from the parliament president's abuse of power in barring opposition MPs from debating the charter amendment bill on the make-up of the Senate.
A scene of commotion at parliament on Tuesday when parliament police were deployed to restore order resulting in scuffles between them and Democrat MPs.
That reflects badly on Parliament President Somsak Kiatsuranont. But the commotion resulting from its endless protests also earned the opposition negative reviews, which means the Democrat Party has a lot of explaining to do to the public.
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