Supreme Admin Court hears statements in Chaturon passport case, to deliver verdict later
The Supreme Administrative Court on Tuesday did not deliver its verdict in the case concerning the passport of Pheu Thai Party key figure Chaturon Chaisang, he posted on his Facebook page.
Chaturon said the court had heard statements by both him and the Consular Affairs Department and would read the verdict later.
He remains blacklisted by the department and unable to travel overseas, despite a recent decision by the Administrative Court to reverse his passport revocation.
Chaturon ever said he had learned that the court’s order had not come into effect, pending an appeal against the verdict submitted by the Consular Affairs Department.
His passport remained invalid to all Thai immigration offices and embassies, he added.