MOST PEOPLE want the new Cabinet members to possess integrity and loyalty to the monarchy, Dusit poll released yesterday.
Of 1,368 respondents, 84 per cent said honesty and loyalty to the monarchy were the two most favourable qualifications they want in the new Cabinet members, 81 per cent said they wanted Cabinet members who were selected through a transparent and fair selection process. About 78 per cent said they wanted the new Cabinet members to have special skills and knowledge, about 69 per cent wanted ministers willing to devote themselves to the country and are decisive, 63 per cent wanted ministers who have vision and a good track record.
About 86 per cent wanted honest National Legislative Assembly members, 78 per cent wanted them to be knowledgeable in law and reform, 70 per cent wanted NLA members who are selected under a fair and transparent selection process.
Meanwhile a Nida poll said that most people agreed that spouses and members of the National Council for Peace and Order, the National Legislative Assembly and the National Reform Council including the charter drafting committee must submit an asset declaration, according to the survey results released yesterday.