Thailand's Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat says he has accepted a court ruling to step down because of electoral fraud committed by his political party. Somchai told reporters in the northern city of Chiang Mai the court's verdict was "not a problem. I was not working for myself. Now I will be a full-time citizen." He abruptly ended a Cabinet meeting after the Constitutional Court in the capital, Bangkok, dissolved Thailand's top three ruling parties for electoral fraud. The ruling bars Somchai from politics for five years and brings down his government, which has faced months of strident protests seeking its ouster.