23rd May, 2014
Thailand’s former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra reported to the kingdom’s military junta on Friday, an aide said, after dozens of prominent figures were summoned in the wake of a coup.
Yingluck, who was ousted by the courts in a controversial ruling earlier this month, arrived at an army facility in Bangkok in her private bullet-proof vehicle, said Wim Rungwattanajinda.
Thailand’s army said on Friday that 155 prominent figures, including ousted government leaders, were banned from leaving the country without permission following a military coup.
They include former prime minister Yingluck and several relatives.