At the Youth Volunteer Doctors’ Association congregation the Prime Minister said that he is open to political dialogue with oppositional parties, as long as they are not in conflict with the Kingdom’s laws.
“I open the door to political dialogue but must make a clear distinction; I cannot negotiate with those that have problems with the law … but will with all others.”
He noted that many political parties exist and he’s heard that someone wants to create a political party named “Kem Ley Party.” He also mentioned that Mam Sonando, former president of Beehive Social Democracy Party, although advanced in years, is still hard at work for the country.
To ward off criticism he reiterated his role in bringing peace and democracy to the Kingdom, and that taking action against a machinating party does not harm the democracy, but rescue it.
“I guarantee that no one will die because of membership in an extremist group,” he said, “yet banning a few to rescue millions, as I have done, is acceptable. I am not a person who start a war, but the person who stops war.”