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Former PM Yingluck Shinawatra, now a fugitive living in exile since she was removed from office in May 2014 by a Constitutional Court decision, took to Facebook yesterday to respond to allegations of abuse of power brought by the National Anti-Corruption Commission earlier this week, calling on the anti-graft body to focus on the current government instead. Yingluck Shinawatra, (born June 21, 1967, San Kamphaeng town, Thailand), Thai businesswoman and politician who was prime minister of Thailand from 2011 to 2014. She was the younger sister of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra and the first woman in the country to hold that office. It was simple math for former businesswoman and Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to win the July 2011 election and lead the Pheu Thai Party: Guarantee the procurement price of rice paddy ... Facebook. Twitter. Linkedin. LINE. WhatsApp. Print. Email. Yingluck Shinawatra is the former Prime Minister of Thailand who came into power in 2011. She was removed from office by the Constitutional Court and her government was overthrown by a military coup in 2014. Find Yingluck Shinawatra Latest News, Videos & Pictures on Yingluck Shinawatra and see latest updates, news, information from NDTV.COM. Explore more on Yingluck Shinawatra. Ms Yingluck has since posted a statement (in Thai) on her Facebook page accusing the authorities of trying to destroy her. 'Democracy has died in Thailand today, along with the rule of law,' she said. Ms Yingluck is thought to be in Dubai where her brother, former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, lives in self-imposed exile avoiding a 2008 sentence for corruption. Yingluck Shinawatra’s zodiac sign is Gemini. Yingluck Shinawatra zodiac sign is a Gemini. Dates of Gemini are May 21 - June 20. Those born under the Gemini zodiac sign enjoy socializing and love surrounding themselves with people. They enjoy chit-chat and tend to have expression and communication very high on their list of priorities. Photo from Facebook Yingluck Shinawatra. Former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has cried foul over the National Anti-Corruption Commission’s ruling, which faulted her, former PM Office Minister Niwatthamrong Thamrong Paisan and former secretary-general to the Prime Minister, Suranand Vejjajiva, for alleged malfeasance in office ... Yingluck Shinawatra, also known as Pu, is a Thai politician and businesswoman who served as the 28th Prime Minister of Thailand after the 2011 general election. In the long running patriarchal society where women were always given a back seat, the name Yingluck Shinawatra sets an example of an indomitable woman.

[Secret] New Beginnings II

2020.01.05 03:31 Erhard_Eckmann [Secret] New Beginnings II

New Beginnings II

Now with the Thai election quickly approaching, the Russian FSB are going to increase their efforts to aid Former Thai-PM Yingluck Shinawatra win the next election in Thailand with the Pheu Thai Party. Now that Shinawatra is safe in the Russian Cam Rahn Base in Vietnam, the FSB have been working closely with her to orchestrate her political comeback in Thailand.
Facebook, YouTube, and LINE are the most popular apps within Thai society, so the FSB plans to use the apps to their advantage to advertise for the upcoming Thai election and organize rallies to support the comeback of the Thai democratic government and an end to the ruling military party. The FSB, using these shell companies will purchase ads to be pasted across Thai Facebook pages and for users searching topics related to the Thai election. The Facebook ads will call for the cancelling of the Kra Canal in exchange for a massive tourist and business development in Phuket to draw in foreign investors, travelers, and businesses. Additional ads will call for the end to the fascist military government and a return to pragmatic leadership under the Thai people's decisions. Images and pre-filmed videos of Yingluck Shinawatra will be plastered across Facebook to accompany the ads.
On YouTube, the FSB will purchase additional advertising under the shell companies for Yingluck Shinawatra. The ads will feature short videos of Shinawatra discussing the need for civilians to rise up and vote to toss out the fascist regime, and see a return to democracy. Priority for video selection will be given to those relating to Thai media, and Thai politics. In addition, the FSB will help the Pheu Thai Party run an electoral channel for Yingluck Shinawatra to discuss her policies and positions on the finer point of Thai politics. She will use the channel to livestream her message, and assist her supporters to organize the campaign and rallies to gain support.
Finally, the FSB through working with the National Computer Corporation will reach out to LINE Corporation to discuss purchasing 10% share of stocks and engaging in a package deal that will allow for the NCC to create sticker emoji and game packages for release on the Thailand version of the popular LINE app. NCC will create an animated cartoon sticker package to resemble Yingluck Shinawatra, as a popular figurehead for the younger Thai people. In addition Yingluck Shinawatra will have her own account created on LINE from which she will organize a large campaign for the Pheu Thai Party.
The event that will be organized is the Pheu Thai Democratic Movement Protest. The protest will be a large march of pro-democratic members as part of the Pheu Thai coalition that will take place from Pattaya and end in Bangkok in front of the Parliamentary Building. The purpose of the event will be to gain recognition and support for the Pheu Thai Party.
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2017.08.25 06:34 autotldr Arrest warrant to be issued for former Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra

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Hundreds of Yingluck's supporters who'd been waiting outside the court for the verdict quickly dispersed once word spread the former Prime Minister hadn't appeared.
The crowds came despite a plea from Yingluck on Facebook to stay away from the court due to security concerns.
The sister of exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, Yingluck was ousted by a coup in 2014 and was later impeached by Thailand's military-appointed National Legislative Assembly.
Yingluck said the rice subsidy scheme was "Beneficial for the farmers and the country" and that claims it lost money were wrong and motivated by political bias against her.
Shortly before the military coup in 2014, a Thai court ordered Yingluck's removal from office, finding her guilty of violating the country's constitution in her reassignment of a senior security official in 2011.
Damapong is the brother of the ex-wife of Thaksin Shinawatra, Yingluck's brother, who was overthrown as Prime Minister in a military coup in 2006.
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2016.08.24 05:06 autotldr No privacy on Facebook: Eight Facebook users indicted for mocking Thai junta leader

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Bangkok - A Thai military tribunal on Tuesday indicted eight people with sedition for running a Facebook page that mocked the kingdom's junta chief, making them the latest victims of the regime's crackdown on dissent.
Thailand's generals have clamped down on politics and severely curbed free expression since their 2014 power grab, jailing scores of critics of the government and monarchy - often for comments posted on social media.
They now face up to seven years in prison for running a page that featured memes and doctored photos of junta leader Prayut Chan-O-Cha - the former army chief who seized power two years ago.
"The court indicts all eight and will later call them in for a plea," the group's lawyer, Winyat Chartmontree, told AFP.They have been charged with sedition and violating the kingdom's computer crime act, two broadly-worded laws that are routinely used to silence critics.
The number of computer crime, sedition and royal defamation charges have all shot up since the junta seized power in a May 2014 coup.
Critics say the junta is chiefly bent on crippling the political network loyal to the ousted government, a faction led by former premiers and siblings Thaksin and Yingluck Shinawatra.
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2015.04.29 05:47 misterjackz [AMA Request][No Reward] Thaksin Shinawatra, Former Prime Minister of Thailand

Thaksin Shinawatra was the Prime Minister of Thailand during 2001 to 2006, where he was ousted in the coup by the military.
My 5 Questions:
1) Since you were successful in your telecommunication business, what made you leave your company and enter politics?
2) Looking back, was there anything you exactly wish/would have done if you weren't ousted in 2006 coup?
3) Do you see any optimism, or hope for Thailand as the new Constitution is being drafted by the NCPO and the military commission?
4) If Thailand is return to democracy, are you consider coming back, or supporting the Pheu Thai Party for the new election, or are you consider retiring?
5) Are there anything exactly that you miss about Thailand since you've left?
Contact: Twitter (Not updated as frequently anymore)
Her Sister, Yingluck's Facebook
Her Sister, Yinglucks's Twitter
Edit: Corrected the information
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