Thailand’s figurehead Prime Minister

Yingluck – the PM who’s always missing – The Nation, September 2, 2013
…For instance, she was briefed about the debate on Worachai’s bill. Also, according to the spokesman, she knew “all the details” about an incident that erupted during a heated debate on constitutional amendment on August 20-21, when she was visiting Tajikistan and Pakistan. Immediately after arriving in Bangkok, she called to check if she should attend the House debate that night, the spokesman said…

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