28 Jan. 64 – At 4 p.m., at the Democrat Party, Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce As the leader of the Democratic Party Has chaired the Democratic Party Executive Committee meeting To consider various agenda. Mr. Jurin stated after the meeting that The meeting agreed to report the addition of new party members in the fourth quarter of 1920 (October-December) to date, totaling 5,029 and approved the establishment of new branches at Fang District, Chiang Mai Province and At Samart District, Roi Et Province. Causing the party to have 18 branches across the country and agreed to set up Ms. Supatcharee Thammapetch, former MP of Phatthalung Deputy Minister of Public Health Or as the Secretary to the Deputy Health Minister, namely Satit Pituthecha instead of Mr. Rawat Arirop, resigned from the said position. Went to apply for the Prime Minister of the Phuket Provincial Administrative Organization It also acknowledged the establishment of an advisory council of the Democratic Party of 22 people, with the Democrat Party Democrat norm. Is the chairman of the Council of Mr. Is the vice president of the council He is responsible for advising the party leader and the Party Executive Committee.
Mr. Jurin continued that the meeting also unanimously resolved to send candidates to vote for the election of MPs, District 3, Nakhon Si Thammarat instead of Mr. Theppai Senphong, former MP for Nakhon Si Thammarat. The step from this will be the duty of the Senate Candidate Recruitment Committee. With Mr. Chamni Saksit, a former MP of Nakhon Si Thammarat as the chairperson, taking steps in accordance with the party regulations And the organic law on the election of MPs There will be an open hearing from people in the area. When a resolution is reached, the Nominating Committee will submit the list to the Party Executive Committee for consideration on February 5, the first day for election.
Asked if it was necessary to coordinate with the Palang Pracharat Party, it said whether to send a candidate for re-election, Jurin said it was the right for each party to consider whether to submit or not. However, in the Democratic Party, it was clear that the candidate was definitely sent down
When asked, emphasized that by etiquette, the coalition government had to make way for the party that received the number one vote. Mr. Jurin said Depending on the opinion of the Palang Pracharat Party, what would be the opinion