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Yingluck attacks NACC's 'discrimination'

Former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday released a statement, attacking the National Anti-Corruption Commission for its discriminatory practices in the rice-pledging case.

She questioned if the NACC's enquiry process meets international standards. "It took only 21 days to notify me of the charges and within 140 days, it resolved that I'm guilty as charged - something that has never happened in never other cases."

She also noted that NACC chose to hear witnesses who are her opponents. The resolution was also reached without waiting for the completion of the rice stock check.

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