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MP gives evidence against PM at anti-graft agency

Former Democrat MP Warong Dechgitvigrom is confident his testimony yesterday to the National Anti-Corruption Commission on alleged corruption by caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in relation to the rice-pledging scheme will help speed up the case against her.

Warong spent two hours talking to the NACC yesterday morning - accusing Yingluck, as prime minister and chairwoman of the National Rice Policy Committee, of knowingly allowing corruption to occur.

He told reporters later he had urged the NACC to impeach Yingluck and handed over written material and five video clips to support his case.


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