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Thai court to decide case of Prayuth term limit on Sept. 30

Judges to rule on whether suspended prime minister can continue or must resign

Thailand's currently suspended Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha in Bangkok on May 2.   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- Thailand's Constitutional Court will rule on Prayuth Chan-ocha's term limit as prime minister on Sept. 30, a crucial moment for the nation's politics as the verdict will decide whether he can continue as premier or must step down.

"The court has clear evidence to produce a verdict. The inquest has now ended and the court will hand down the verdict on Sept. 30," the Constitutional Court said in a statement released on Wednesday.

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