Seems that the big reason for ousting the gov't was corruption and that the main point of corruption was the gov't's rice buying scheme. The junta did a thorough search of the rice warehouses which were part of the scheme. I don't recall them finding any evidence of corruption.....there was some rice that was stolen and some of the thieves were caught as I recall....and there was some spoilage as I recall.....but I don't recall anything that implicated the Yingluck gov't in any corruption. Did I miss something? Was some corruption uncovered?....or was the alleged corruption just an excuse to oust the gov't? If there was no corruption found was there an apology made for the false allegations?
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