The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) of Thailand is planning to investigate alleged corruption on the ministers of Yingluck’s government. Two sub-committees were set up to probe the allegations in a petition submitted by a group of MPs from the Democrat Party. NACC plans to look into the unsupported corruption claims with the trade of rice to the Government of China, while another to investigate on the Democrats accusation that the Defence Minister and the Prime Minister had failed to abide by the law in the recent appointment of the permanent secretary for defence.
Yingluck has spearheaded a national campaign on eradication of corruption, which seeks to instill good values of governance and the business sector. The mandate she wields reflects her good intentions to set standards, which is a trying process from 2011, after she took the position of Prime Minister from Abhisit Vejjajiva.
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