2017-10-09 10:14:11 UTC
A matured beauty well-aged to 50 years-old.
Now that she had forever left Thailand for good, there should be a lot more
of her matured kinds of beauty like her found in Thailand still.
October 3, 2017 8:17 pm JST
Yingluck is in the UK, says Thai police
Request made to Interpol but former PM said to be seeking asylum
YUKAKO ONO, Nikkei staff writer
BANGKOK -- Thailand's fugitive former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has
left Dubai and is now in the U.K., local police said Tuesday.
Deputy National Police Chief Srivara Ransibrahmanakul told reporters in
Bangkok that Thai police have requested Interpol issue a "red notice" to its
192 member countries and regions to help locate and arrest Yingluck.
While the red notice is the most serious of the notices Interpol issues, it
does not compel any member country to make an arrest, leaving the decision
to local governments.
Srivara did not say if Thai authorities have made an extradition request to
the U.K. Both countries have signed an extradition treaty.
Local media are reporting that Yingluck may seek political asylum in the
U.K. Her administration was toppled in a military coup led by current Prime
Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
Yingluck left Thailand late August, before a court verdict scheduled for
Aug. 25 on the negligence case involving her government's controversial
rice-subsidy scheme. In her absence, she was sentenced to five years in
prison on Sept. 27.
Via Cambodia, Yingluck initially fled to Dubai where her elder brother and
former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra resides. Thaksin, whose government
was also toppled in a military coup, is now on a self-imposed exile to avoid
The Shinawatras boast a strong supporter base of farmers and low-income
earners while the Bangkok elites including the military are against their
populist policies. The deep divide has locked Thailand in a political power
struggle for more than a decade.
There is speculation that the Thai junta had assisted Yingluck's escape as a
prison sentence could have stirred further unrest. Three policemen were
allegedly involved in driving the former premier to the Thai-Cambodia
borders two days before the Aug. 25 verdict.
Srivara on Tuesday said that results of an ongoing DNA test which would show
the link between the policemen and Yingluck would come out in two to three
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