By Thai Newsroom Reporters
FORMER PRIME MINISTER THAKSIN Shinawatra will almost certainly be put behind bars and get under the judicial process if he returns home from self-exile overseas, confirmed former MP Nipit Intarasombat over the weekend.
Thaksin, who was deposed in the 2006 coup and has been reportedly residing in Dubai, repeatedly vowed on social media to come back home without needs for legislation to warrant his long-coveted return or help from the Pheu Thai Party where he is largely viewed as de facto party boss.
Nevertheless, Nipit contended that Thaksin could not practically do so without being put behind bars upon his arrival to this country to serve his 12-year jail terms, given earlier court verdicts on some misconduct cases, plus pending future court rulings on others.
Source: Asean Now