Thai prime minister, an ex-general, is millionaire

Thai prime minister, an ex-general, is millionaire – AP, October 31, 2014
…Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, who as army commander led a May coup d’etat, listed 128.6 million baht ($3.9 million) in assets and 654,745 baht ($20,000) in liabilities. Under the disclosure laws, assets belonging to spouses and children under 21 must be included. He also reported the transfer of 466.5 million baht ($14.3 million) to other family members…

PM says he can justify his wealth – Bangkok Post, November 1, 2014
…Following the assets declaration, the wealth of Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwon and Interior Minister Anupong Paojinda, two core members of the Burapha Phayak faction was also of special interest.
Gen Prawit has declared a net worth of 87.37 million baht and no debt.
Compared with assets worth 79 million baht he declared after vacating office as defence minister in the Abhisit government in August 2012, Gen Prawit is about 8 million baht richer.
Gen Anupong has declared 37.79 million baht worth of assets and no liabilities.
He signed as an insurer for Phrueksapjan Pattana Co for a loan worth 258.9 million baht on May 30 last year…

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