Yingluck confident she can defend herself in suspected asset concealment
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said Tuesday she would allow justice to run its course in regard to the ongoing probe on her alleged asset concealment.
"I have already presented my defence and submitted relevant evidence," she said.
Yingluck said it would be up to the National Anti-Corruption Commission to rule on her asset statement.
"I am confident that I have submitted correct information and that there would be no political accident," she said.
The prime minister is being targeted for probe in connection with a Bt30-million loan she gave to a company run by her husband Anusorn Amornchat.