We don't want to come to a dead end and we hope that every politician agrees that they don't want to see a political dead end.
The mock trial has confused the people about whether the allegations are true. It's an act of defamation against the prime minister - and he has no chance to defend himself.
When the prime minister sold his shares, people didn't understand it was a private matter. We were quite off-message at first.
The party was surprised by the massive protest vote in Bangkok.
I think we are a little bit disappointed about the Bangkok vote, but we can understand that and we probably have to take it into consideration for our next step.
We are quite open, but we don't want a debate style, it is too confrontational in this kind of situation. We are willing to sit down and talk with all parties concerned, but still think it should be a closed-door session.
The protest vote or 'no-votes' will be a question for us as we ponder our next move. The government wants to be a government for the entire country, not just part of the country.
This means the opposition doesn't believe in democracy, in the existing rules of the constitution, drafted by the people.
Today's Sunday election is not the answer to everything. Tomorrow will probably be more appropriate for the prime minister to announce any policy about the direction for the country.
Today's election is not the answer to everything.