Original title: foreign media: the Thai Embassy in Britain submitted a letter to the British side asking for the extradition of Yingla.
China new network July 31, according to Thailand "world daily" quoted the Broadcasting British Corporation (BBC) Thai language website reported that the Thailand Embassy in London in London has submitted a formal letter to the British foreign and federal offices on the 5 day of this month, demanding the extradition of the former Prime Minister Yingla.
The report said that the letter expressed the crime of malfeasance in the rice malpractice in a page and a half, which should be sentenced to 5 years, and expressed the idea that the Thailand government asked for the extradition of Yingla to the country for trial, hoping to cooperate fully with the UK.
It is also reported that Busadi Sandipitaks (Busadee Santipitaks), a spokesman for the Thailand foreign ministry, said a group of Thailand officials was dealing with a request for extradition.
The British foreign and Commonwealth office declined to comment on the matter and forwarded it to the Ministry of the interior. The Home Office responded that its consistent principle was not to confirm or deny receipt of a request for extradition unless the person had been arrested.
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