UDD Against the Nomination of Appoint PM


Chairman of the United front of Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) said the acting Senate Speaker should nominate the names of so called “neutral Prime Minister” for royal endorsement if he wants to neglect the fact that it is against the law.

Jatuporn Prompan, Chairman of the UDD, announced at Aksa yesterday that deputy Senate Speaker Surachai Liengboonlertchai should summit the names of potential appoint PM that were suggested by the traitor Suthep Thaugsuban, Secretary General of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), for royal endorsement if he wanted a fast ticket to jail.

Jatuporn said the attempt to nominate the list of potential “neutral PM” is clearly against the law while His Majesty the King has stated before that a PM that came from Article 7 of the constitution is undemocratic.


“If the deputy Senate Speaker wanted to destroy the country he should follow Suthep’s suggestion and eventually, he will be trial for treason as well,” he said.

The chairman of the UDD said it is clear the presidents of the Supreme Court, the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, and the Election Commission Chairman do not want anything to do with Suthep’s suggestions. He said Surachai is the only one left who is still considering the appointment of a PM under Article 7.

Jatuporn said the UDD will fight against any decision to install appoint PM though legal actions and mass demonstration in order to stop such action.


“The UDD have come this far and we will not let the country fall back under the control of the Ammart. We do not want Article 7 Prime Minister and we will fight against all forms of coup d’état,” he said.

Meanwhile, UDD’s Secretary General Nattawut Saikua said Suthep has already broken the record of the longest continual protest of 193 days that was set by the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) and the consequences of the prolonged protest situation by the PDRC has destroyed all the mechanisms and structures of the country’s democratic system.


“The damage that was done to the democratic system by the PDRC is far worse than any other protests in the past,” he said.

Nattawut said Suthep has been consulting with retired General Surayud Chulanont in the past but now that Surayud has seen clearly that Suthep’s plans is leading to a disaster, the retired General has decided to cut ties with the PDRC traitor.

“I believe that in the next few days, Suthep will walk around with an empty pocket and an empty card in his hands. I suggest he should follow Buddha Isara back to his temple and announce the end of his insurrection since it is the best way out for him,” he said.

link to the UDD announcement on May 12th 2014 –

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