My new article for the Thai Enquirer:

What does coronavirus have to do with the constitution?

In October, I argued in a piece that to convince people of the pressing need for a constitutional revision, it is imperative to make a clear link between the constitution and bread and butter issues.

With the Covid-19 disease officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), set against the prospect of an impending global recession, a discussion about constitutional revision seems like a pleasure one can ill-afford. 

But this conversation becomes most instructive when the constitution’s flaws are exposed by the current crisis. 

Read the full article here.

(Cover image credits).

Published by Ken Lohatepanont

Writer from Bangkok, Thailand; currently a student at the University of California, Berkeley. Enthusiastic about democratic development, international relations and all things politics. I believe in writing to facilitate positive political and social change.

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