It Seems Like Yingluck Gets Another Strike
The National Anti-Corruption Commission intends to arraign previous top state leader Yingluck Shinawatra and others in the Supreme Court for purportedly squandering a 240-million-baht financial plan on publicizing foundation projects in 2013.
Public examiners had before turned down the case refering to absence of proof.
NACC secretary-general Niwatchai Kasemmongkol said on Wednesday the commission had now settled it would itself take the issue to the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions.
He expected the claim would arrive at the court in about fourteen days. The legitimate activity will likewise incorporate Yingluck’s then secretary-general Suranand Vejjajiva and previous delegate head of the state Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisan, and private gatherings associated with the roadshow project — Matichon Plc and Siam Sport Syndicate Plc and its chief Ravi Lohtong.
NACC affirms the Yingluck government wrongfully distributed 240 million baht to the “Roadshow to Thailand’s Future Thailand 2020″ project. The counter unite board believed the use to be a waste and to have made harm the state. Along these lines, the gatherings included were in break of the Criminal Code for misbehavior, the natural law on debasement avoidance and concealment and the law on value arrangement in government projects, Mr Niwatchai said.