CHULA PRESS :Demande Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her cabinet to resign-คณาจารย์แพทย์ และทันตแพทย์ ๔สถาบัน ออกแถลงการณ์กระตุ้นจิตสำนึกนายกฯให้ลาออก

ครือข่ายแพทย์จุฬาฯ ออกแถลงการณ์ เรียกร้องให้นายกรัฐมนตรีและคณะรัฐมนตรีทั้งคณะลาออกจากการรักษาการณ์ทันที

ครือข่ายแพทย์จุฬาฯ ออกแถลงการณ์ เรียกร้องให้นายกรัฐมนตรีและคณะรัฐมนตรีทั้งคณะลาออกจากการรักษาการณ์ทันที


คณาจารย์แพทย์ และทันตแพทย์ ๔สถาบัน ออกแถลงการณ์กระตุ้นจิตสำนึกนายกฯให้ลาออก



 demand was contained in an open letter signed by 340 people who include 39 professors, 65 associate professors, 27 assistant professors, 149 lecturers and community doctors, 60 nurses, other medical personnel and their families.

In the open letter, the group voiced support for reform with emphasis on the eradication of the scourge of corruption, decentralization and narrowing the gap of social disparity.  They said that an election would be held only after national reform has taken effect.

For the national reform blueprint to be effectively implemented, the group demanded all political parties must sign a social contract professing their commitments to the reform.


THAILAND : Public forum at Thammasat University ” political reform should be done before the general election”

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Supreme Commander at press conference after forum declines to say if he is satisfied or not, wants quick solution to end political turmoil . 
Suthep reiterates stance for reform before general election; does not want military coup but wants armed forces to side with general public.
BANGKOK, Dec 14 — Anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban said Thailand was now in a political vacuum where the People’s Council was the only solution to solve political problems, and reforms must be carried out before a general election.
Mr Suthep, People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) secretary general, told a public forum at Thammasat University that political reform should be done before the general election, set for February 2.
The forum was held by PDRC to exchange ideas among the general public and academics to seek political reform solutions.
Mr Suthep said that now the country was in a political vacuum as the Yingluck government had lost legitimacy.
If a People’s Council was instituted, it would lead to political reforms which would fix the flaws of various existing laws, he said, adding that when the legal matter was settled, a general election would then be held. This process would help the country weather the problems, he said.
Mr Suthep has also urged the rural doctors society nationwide to coordinate with provincial organisations in setting up PDRC representatives all over the country. (MCOT online news)