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Constitutional Court says Yingluck's PM status not ended with House dissolution

The Constitutional Court ruled Wednesday that the prime ministerial status of Yingluck Shinawatra has not ended when she dissolved the House.

The court was reading the its ruling of the abuse of power case against Yingluck.

Yingluck argued that her PM's status has ended so court had no authority to deliberate her status.

But the court insisted Yingluck still had the PM's status because she and her Cabinet are still the caretaker government so the court could deliberate the case.

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