Thai court suspends Pita as MP as parliament votes on new PM

Thailand’s Constitutional Court has ordered a temporary suspension of prime ministerial candidate Pita Limjaroenrat from parliament after accepting a case against him alleging he was unqualified to run in the country’s May 14 election.
Pita, who was due to contest a parliamentary vote on the premiership on Wednesday, has argued his ownership of shares in a media company was not a violation of election rules.

Al Jazeera’s Florence Looi joins us live from the Bangkok to discuss the latest updates.

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