It's too late. It's too late.
We're in uncharted territory. This is the first time we've seen mass protests concerning the legitimacy of a person who's been elected.
The opposition proposal did not receive a positive response from the government. This means the government is not sincere about political reforms.
Three opposition parties consensually agreed that the house dissolution... was not the right method.
Three opposition parties agreed that the house dissolution ... was not the right method.
What we did when we took the position was to make a statement and we made a statement.
The Democrat party had asked me to consult with these two parties over the issue and this evening we decided that each party go back to consider it again before giving their answers tomorrow.
But these processes have been distorted by the prime minister. So in the end, we have an elected politician who can remain above the law with no mechanism to deal with it -- no accountability, no responsibility. That to me is not democracy.
We do it mainly to stop a government that betrays people, that steals from its people under the guise of democracy.
We are exercising our constitutional right and the prime minister must make the decision.
I believe that the best way to resolve the crisis is to heed the advise of His Majesty the King, and that all sides should review the positions we have taken.
At this time of crisis, the king is the only person we can turn to.
There is no way out of the crisis unless the prime minister accepts that the key part of the problem is his own legitimacy.
The government actions will lead to further political crisis, so the three parties have decided to not join the meeting with the prime minister and will not join the elections.
If the ultimate goal is to solve the conflicts in the country, I would like to call for you (the prime minister) to announce your resignation as soon as possible.
We have tried to find a new and correct solution for the country.
The only way out of the current crisis is to amend the Constitution.
The best solution for the current political crisis is to amend the constitution to pave the way for political reform.
We do not support a coup. We have always operated within the means of the Constitution.
We want to give the prime minister ... a chance to come to a dialogue with all other political parties to set a firm commitment to political reform, and we'll await his response.
It has become clear that the caretaker premier does not genuinely intend to effect political reforms, which is central to resolving the current political crisis. He is just trying to play a political game to prolong his stay in power.
The opposition parties don't want the public to misunderstand that we are campaigning for cabinet portfolios.
The situation has not changed since early this week. We believe we have made a decision for a long-term benefit.
All political parties have made their decision for the best benefit of the country and according to the constitution.
There are a lot of people who voted 'No Vote' this time. It shows that most people think this election is not the answer to the problem right now. And that's the reason the Democrat Party didn't join the election in the first place.