No Cambodian Passport for Yingluck

Cambodia denies claims former Thai PM Yingluck issued a passport\

Cambodian officials on Thursday denied claims that a Cambodian passport was issued to former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who reportedly used it to register a company in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong-based English language South China Morning Post on Wednesday reported that Yingluck used a Cambodian passport to register as the director of PT Corporation Co in August 24, 2018, almost a year after she fled prosecution in Thailand.

Media reports say that four months later Yingluck became the chairwoman of Shantou International Container Terminal (SICT), a port operator based in China’s Guangdong province.

The Post’s enquiries to SICT went unanswered.

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