Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai said Wednesdy (Jan 30) no countries have officially asked for clarification on the election delay after the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has deferred the implementation of the MP election bill for another 90 days which would consequently delay the general election.
Comment from the minister came after the US ambassador called on the NLA president to inquire about the amendment of the MP election bill on enforcement days.
He said as far as he has learned, the ambassador just performed his duty as an ambassador and they have reached understanding on the matter.
He recalled the time when he was ambassador, saying if he was curious to know something, he would go to the sources of the news where he could obtain information.
He said however that the election schedule would be known for certain by June this year.
He said the ministry had no need to make any clarification and no countries have officially asked about it as they considered it was the internal affairs of the country.
Nobody was worried, he said, adding that everything would go on the path of the law of the country.
Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)