8am :A group of anti-government protesters from the Thammatipatai group gather in front of Government Complex A building on Chaeng Wattana road. They tell reporters that they are there to prevent anti-Constitutional Court groups from rallying at the venue
9.30am: The Constitutional Court convenes to decide whether the amendment of the charter on senators' election and qualifications violates the charter or not.
9.40am : Security officers at the Constitutional Court ask Thammatipatai members who came to give moral support to the Court to leave the premises for safety reasons.
9.50am : Senator Paiboon Nititawan, a complainant against the petition, arrives at the court and says he has confidence in the court’s justice.
10am : Democrat MP Pirapan Salirathavibhaga, former justice minister and another contender of the petition, arrives at the court. He gives no interview.
11.07am : Red-shirt leader Weng Tojirakarn tells red crowd at Rajamangala stadium. “We won’t go home till we wipe out reactionaries from Thai soil."
11.20am: Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her legal advisers monitor and wait for the court's verdict reading in Thai Khu Fah building at the Government House. Earlier, Pheu Thai legal expert Pichit Cheunban met PM secretary general Suranand Vejjajiva at the Government House.
11.27am: Red-shirt leader Nisit Sinthiprai tells red shirts at Rajamangala that power outside the system cannot defeat the power of the people.
11.29am : Jatuporn Promphan says no verdict will be worse than what happened on April 10 and May 19, 2010.
Noon : A group of red-shirt protesters dropped by at Democrat Party headquarters on Setsiri Road on their way to Rachamangkala Stadium. They blew sport air horn in protest before leaving.
1.25pm : Judges start reading the ruling: judges Suphot Kaimuk and Charoon Intacharn are the readers. It is more than 2 hours late as the Court was scheduled to deliver the verdict at 11am.
1.38pm : Judge starts the reading by saying that the Court has the authority to consider the case and all authorities concerned are bound to follow the order. Earlier the ruling Pheu Thai party including House Speaker Somsak Kiatsuranond claimed that the Court has no authority to consider the case.
2.25pm : 'The bell of a new round of fight bet. democratic force & extra-constitutional force have begun!' said Nattawut. "Basically [the court] said were all wrong," he said. He calls for red-shirts to join the rally against the Constitutional Court.