The Prime Minister has denied a rumor of his planned resignation, vowing to use all legal measures to maintain peace and order during the current public protests.
The Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha denied ever saying anything about resignation.The Prime Minister’s reaction follows a rumor circulating that he might resign before 25th November.
Earlier this week on 19th November, the Prime Minister released a written statement that says the government finds it necessary now to enforce all legal measures, claiming the protesters actions have surpassed the point of compromise.
The Prime Minister said that people across the country won’t tolerate what is happening, adding that the voices of the majority must be respected, and officers must complete the duties for which they are responsible.
He said people who have not broken any law should not face any problem, but spectators may have filed complaints, to which the authorities must pay attention should there be many of these complaints.
Gen Prayut has asked all sides to come back to the “ordinary routes” to settle issues, as the government today is trying to pursue grassroots economic stimulation that will benefit the people. (NNT)