The Thai army has reiterated its political impartiality in the upcoming general election and ruled out speculation that it will help some parties to form new government in military camps.

The Thai national news agency has cited Army Spokesperson Colonel Sansern Kaewkamnerd as saying the army will abide by its commitment on its political neutrality and asks its army officers to behave properly to avoid criticisms.

The army deemed it inappropriate for any political parties to seek discussion with the army before the upcoming election or even before the formation of a new government, he said.

Earlier, on June 14, Director of the Democrat Party' s election centre for Bangkok Apirak Kosayodhin said that the party has prepared to organise three major election campaigns in the capital city of Bangkok this weekend.

He said be believed that the party will win at least 27 out of 33 MP seats in Bangkok despite a recent poll in favor of the opposition Pheu Thai Party./.