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Prajin not certain whether Yingluck can leave kingdom

BANGKOK: -- Deputy junta chief ACM Prajin Juntong said Friday that he is now not certain whether former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra can leave the kingdom after the anti-graft agency decided to charge her in court.


He said the National Council for Peace and Order still retained its approval for Yingluck to leave the kingdom but the final decision will depend on the court's decision now that she is facing a criminal charge related to the rice-pledging scheme.

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/breakingnews/Prajin-not-certain-whether-Yingluck-can-leave-king-30238832.html

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-- The Nation 2014-07-18

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Let her go but with all her assets frozen and in bond. A cool 200 000 should cover her expenses, that's all she needs.

A coif, nails, whitening cream, and most of the Bt.200k would be gone.

Note; a million baht in 1,000 baht notes (Thailand's largest denomination) makes a cube; 6" x 5" x 4"

One can easily fit 1.5M Baht in a laptop case, with laptop and charger inside.... I know... I've done it.

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NCPO deputy says Yingluck’s travel permission uncertain

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BANGKOK: -- The deputy head of National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) says he is uncertain if the former prime minister will be allowed to leave the country after she was ruled guilty in the controversial rice-pledging scheme by the graft buster.

Air Chief Marshal Prajin Juntong, deputy head of the NCPO, made the statement after he was asked for comment on the overseas travel sought by ex-Premier Yingluck Shinawatra after the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) ruled she was guilty of malfeasance in office and power abuses that incurred huge 500 billion baht damages to the country in the rice scheme.

He made clear that the NCPO would not interfere in the judicial affairs as long as those who seek overseas travels abiding by the conditions laid down by the NCPO.

He said the NCPO will monitor their movements to make sure they follow the guidelines set which intends to create unity and reconciliation.

When pressed by a question of whether the NCPO will still stick to its permission for Ms Yingluck to go abroad, ACM Prajin said he was uncertain and would like to double check for more information.

He said so far he learned of the permission from an interview given to the media by a spokesman Col Winthai Suwari who has outlined many conditions for travels.

Asked whether the NCPO will coordinate with the NACC or the Office of the Attorney-General on the case, ACM Prajin reiterated that the NCPO will not interfere in their affairs.

However, he maintained that if the justice system should come out with any condition, it has to be heeded.
He said he still has no idea what action the Office of the Attorney General will take from now.

He said the NCPO will still keep to its permission unless a travel ban is issued by the court.

He said each deputy head of the NCPO is tasked with different area of work and he is not in charge of legal affairs so he is uncertain what the legal affairs will say.

Source: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/ncpo-deputy-says-yinglucks-travel-permission-uncertain/

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-- Thai PBS 2014-07-18

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Let her go but with all her assets frozen and in bond. A cool 200 000 should cover her expenses, that's all she needs.

200,000 baht?

She wouldn't get far on this lot... http://us.burberry.com/womens-boots/ giggle.gif

In sure her brother could lend her a few baht don't you.

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Dollars maybe..? or UAE Dirham even.... ;)

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