Kamolnaruemet, secretary-general of the Federation of Thai Industries in Khon Kaen.
He noted that if the PAD still puts the airports under its control and demands for the new political regime, such could be the reason for red-shirted people to stage a protest.
"Conflicts would never end then and the situation could worsen," he said.
He noted that PAD should be satisfied as the court's ruling today means Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat is out of office and disqualified to involve in politics for 5 years. He added that it sounds impossible for the PAD to achieve the new political regime.
"I don't have the clue what the new regime would be like. If the new regime requires an appointed prime minister, then we need to ask the PAD if that requires a coup."
Anusit Phuwaset, chairman of Thai Chamber of Commerce Northern Region, admitted that it is unclear if the Constitution Court's rulings today would put an end to the political conflicts. He believed that those existing politicians are still able to tie their knots and form a new government.
He noted that it's up to the politicians. If they take the national interests as priority, they should sacrifice. Now that they cannot rule, they should step back.
He added that to the private sector, once Somchai is out of office or Parliament is dissolved, the PAD should leave the airports.
Kobchai Chirathivat, president and chief executive officer of Central Pattana, said political situation should improve after the rulings as protesters are expected to stop their protest.
Kobchai is optimistic that business out look would improve accordingly.
"A general election should be called soon to restore the private sector's confidence," he said.