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Thailand’s Constitutional Court is set to decide on Wednesday whether Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha should be disqualified for breaking ethical rules, a move that would see him ousted even after he’s repeatedly rejected calls by pro-democracy groups to resign.

The court will deliver its verdict on a petition filed through the lower house of parliament by opposition leader Sompong Amornvivat, who alleged that Prayuth’s use of military housing after his retirement from the army amounted to a special benefit forbidden by the constitution.

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