Britain has yet to respond to a request to extradite prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and no other governments have provided information on her whereabouts, government officials said Tuesday. Because no foreign government will confirm Yingluck’s whereabouts, the extradition effort cannot proceed, police spokesman Col. Krissana Pattanacharoen said in an interview, even as rumors say the former premier is planning another trip to Hong Kong. “We have tried every attempt, we asked Interpol to issue a blue notice, which they declined. This is old news,” Krissana said. “We also asked other countries to confirm her whereabouts, but nobody has replied.” The 51-year-old former leader fled Thailand shortly before a court was due to hand down a verdict on her malfeasance charge August 2017. She was later found guilty in absentia and sentenced to five years in jail. Since then she’s been seen in the United Kingdom with her brother, former premier...
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