Ousted prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra's visit to Singapore did not violate the conditions set out by the regime for her trip as she informed the military of the change to her travel itinerary, a National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) source said.
Ms Yingluck's close aide, who accompanied her on the trip, said the former premier had informed the NCPO about her arrival late on Sunday night. She also kept the military up to date with her itinerary, including the Singapore trip.
Ms Yingluck arrived at Don Mueang airport by private jet from Singapore at 10pm on Sunday.
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