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NACC allows Yingluck's lawyer to review evidences in rice-pledging case

The National Anti-Corruption Commission Wednesday allowed the lawyer of caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to review evidences against her in the rice-pledging case.

The NACC has decided to charge Yingluck with negligence of duty for failing to stop the scheme from damaging the state.

The lawyer requested to review the evidences on behalf of Yingluck on ground that it was not safe and convenient for the prime minister to go to the NACC office because of protests against her government.

The NACC approved the request Wednesday.

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