Investigators have completed a probe into alleged loan transaction concealment by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, the findings of which will be passed to National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) chiefs on Thursday.
According to a source, if the commission finds grounds for a case of asset concealment after its Bureau of Asset Inspection staff report their findings, it will form a sub-committee to probe the allegations further and summon Ms Yingluck for an explanation.
If her explanation is unconvincing, the NACC will file a complaint with a court. If Ms Yingluck provides a persuasive account, the agency will dismiss the case.
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