AUCKLAND, NZ - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra admitted on Friday that she is resentful of reports that she might be replaced by a person being groomed as a "reserve prime minister" - widely tipped to be her elder sister.
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra inspects a guard of honour, comprising air force personnel, on arrival in New Zealand at the start of an official visit. Photo by Wassana Nanuam.
She said she would not be discouraged and would continue to perform her duty as prime minister.
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