AYUTTHAYA - Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Friday she would wait for security clearance before returning to work at Government House.
Riot police are brought in to army officers in reclaiming the area controlled by independent protest groups near Makkhawan Rangsan Bridge on Friday. (Photo by Apichart Jinakul)
Ms Yingluck, who skipped her routines in Bangkok and took her son to Ayutthaya to make merit in the old capital on Makha Bucha Day, said she would return to office only when it was clear it would not ignite a new round of confrontations with anti-government protesters. Besides, safety measures should remain in place and all facilities must be ready to serve officials who have to follow her back to Government House, she added.
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