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Yingluck was not wrong

After the Constitutional Court ruled to remove her from office for abuse of power,

Yingluck Shinawatra complained she had done nothing wrong. It seems Ms Yingluck and her elder brother Thaksin are of the same opinion: their perfection as leaders is absolute.

Perhaps this lesson in leadership might help. Oftentimes, leaders are not considered bad because they have done something bad: they are seen as bad because they have not done what is fitting.

Vint Chavala


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