Ex-Thai PM Yingluck's wealth rose while in office, says anti-graft panel
BANGKOK (THE NATION/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Thailand's former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra's wealth increased by some 33 million baht (S$1.3 million) while she was in office, according to the country's anti-graft agency.
Ms Yingluck was richer by the time she was forced to step down, but other ministers in her Cabinet got poorer, the body said.
As of May 7 when she was disqualified from office following a ruling by the Constitutional Court, Ms Yingluck had assets worth 601 million baht (S$23 million) and 28 million baht in debt.
Her son Supasek Amornchat had assets worth 1.3 million baht.