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Yingluck gives 200 pages of defence evidence to NACC, Suranand

Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra Monday gave 200 pages of evidence to the National Anti-Corruption Commission to defend herself the rice-pledging malfeasance case, PM's Secretary General Suranand Vejjajiva said.

Yingluck asked the NACC to consider her documents and she would be willing to provide more information if needed.

Yingluck also told the NACC that she has prepared 11 witnesses to argue against the charges in 13 points, according to Suranand.

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