The Democrat Party has vowed to resist Pheu Thai's push for charter amendments and the passage of a bill to borrow two trillion baht to overhaul infrastructure, labelling the government ''dictators in disguise''.
Speaking at a public forum to mark the party's 67th anniversary at King Rama VIII memorial park yesterday, Democrat chief whip and list-MP Jurin Laksanavisit said the party's major mission was to expose government corruption.
''As the opposition party, we are proud to do our job [in scrutinising the government]. The Democrat Party has been established for 67 years and no matter whether we are in government or opposition, we will do our best,'' Mr Jurin said.
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