CDC Chairman Meechai Ruchuphan said that such an idea may be possible because the Constitution has no restriction on such a proposal.
However, Mr. Meechai said that a national government can be set up only with a majority vote in the House of Representatives while noting that there may not be any need for an opposition under such circumstances.
Nevertheless, he stated that this remains an issue for the future.
Meanwhile, NLA President Pornpetch Wichitcholchai said that he personally wants to see more clarification about what a national government really is, and believes it is too soon to discuss details of the issue.
He added that the current Constitution has not been drafted to prepare the country for a national government and that, for such a body to exist, it would be a political development and have nothing to do with the NLA.