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Military wants deposed Thai PM to face justice

The military-imposed Government of Thailand will seek to extradite from Britain Thaksin Shinawatra, the deposed Prime Minister, if — as is widely expected — he is charged with corruption and abuse of power during his five years in office. Mr Thaksin was deposed in a military coup while in New York last Tuesday and flew the next day to London, where he has remained since. But Major-General Thawip Netniyom, spokesman for the self-styled Council for Democratic Reform under Constitutional Monarchy, said yesterday that the new regime would pursue all legal avenues in imposing justice on the former Prime Minister, including extradition. Full Story

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