The association said the House dissolution to make way for the Feb 2 election was not the way to solve the country's problems.
The association expressed concern over the ongoing conflict among the people and corruption which had become more widespread, ruining the morale, dignity and honour of civil servants.
Therefore, it was now time for Thailand to undergo reform, the association said. The bureaucratic system, in particular, needed to be reformed immediately and urgently so that civil servants could be an effective mechanism to respond to the needs of the people, not politicians.
Government officials should be able to perform their duties without illegitimate political interference and regain their dignity and honour.
It was also now time for government officials to form a free union or association as stipulated in the constitution and a draft regulation of the Civil Service Commission, the statement said.