Thailand court says polls can be delayed
The government insists that elections should go ahead as planned.
In Thailand‚ the Constitutional Court has ruled that polls scheduled for second of next month can be legally postponed.
But it said any postponement must have the agreement of the election commission and the prime minister.
Election commission is in favour of delaying the polls while the government insists that elections should go ahead as planned.
A state of emergency is in place as protesters call for PM Yingluck Shinawatra to step down.