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Yingluck’s passport is being question by Foreign media

On Tuesday, Deputy Prime Minister Thaksin Pattaraporn on Tuesday refused to say that the government would revoke the passport of ex-Shinawatra’s refugee after escaping from the country before the trial in court. Not consent

Tanasak, in Sydney was asked by foreign journalists if the government plans to revoke Yingluck’s passport. Tanasak, who oversees the Foreign Ministry, said: “The Thai government practices the rule of law. As an administration, we can not intervene in the judgment of the court. “In your country, can you intervene in the court? “Thailand is the big country and the government gives freedom to citizens. We don’t follow individuals in terms of where they are going or when they leave the country. So we’re following the rule of law. Just as another country.” An arrest warrant was issued for Yingluck by the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions last Friday after she failed to turn up for the reading of the verdict. Her negligence case is linked to her then government’s controversial rice-pledging scheme. The court postponed the reading of the verdict until September 27 and ordered the seizure of Yingluck’s Bt30-million bail. Nation

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